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In Winchester, Tennessee, the lack of a helping hand has sparked strong criticism of police actions after a chase that ended in a 24-year-old man's drowning death.
On June 4, Johnny Alexander "J.J." Baldwin led Decherd police officers on a chase into the neighboring town of Winchester after they tried to stop him for a traffic violation, officials said. Baldwin drove onto a dead-end road, jumped out, fled into some nearby trees and then ended up in a tributary of Tims Ford Lake called Boiling Fork Creek, according to police.
Baldwin, who can be seen on police body-worn camera footage treading water just a few yards off the shoreline, vanished and drowned as Decherd and Winchester officers apparently watched from the bank.