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 mapA man who led Catoosa County deputies and Georgia State Patrol troopers on a chase with crack cocaine in his car was arrested after he allegedly rammed another vehicle twice and pointed a gun at the driver.

Emanuel Richard Davis, age 29, of Chickamauga, was arrested for a slew of charges relating to the incident, according to a Catoosa County Sheriff's Office news release. 

A female driver alleged she was stopped at a red light at the intersection of Battlefield Parkway and Old Mill Road when Davis put his car in reverse and rammed the front of her car. 

She said Davis then drove off, but she followed him to a Hutcheson Medical Center parking lot where she confronted him and told him she called the police. 

mapDavis then allegedly rammed into her car again before pointing a gun at her and speeding off, the news release stated. 

She called the police a second time, and deputies spotted Davis' vehicle on Battlefield Parkway. He at first refused to stop but eventually pulled over, the release said. 

After taking Davis into custody, deputies found crack cocaine packaged for resale, two handguns and three spent shell casings in the vehicle, according to the release.

Davis was booked into the Catoosa County Sheriff's Office detention facility on charges of aggravated assault, possession of a fire arm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, possession schedule II cocaine, possession schedule II with intent to distribute, participation in criminal gang activity and multiple traffic offenses.

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