Pursuit Ends in Arrest of Man on Outstanding Warrants
On Monday, April the 27th at 9:30 p.m. Deputy Andrew Voss observed a gray Hyundai matching the description of the vehicle of Stewart Brodie Luttrell, who had outstanding felony warrants issued out of Hamilton County and Signal Mountain. The vehicle was observed at a car wash.
Deputy Voss pulled into the car wash and was able to positively identify the suspect, along with a female companion, Amanda Alexandria Keener. Deputy Voss activated his emergency equipment and pulled in front of Mr. Luttrell's vehicle, blocking the Hyundai from exiting. Luttrell stopped, and Ms. Keener entered the vehicle's passenger side.
Luttrell then put the vehicle into reverse and fled the scene, travelling towards Sequatchie County on Taft Highway. Deputy Voss initiated pursuit.
Upon entering Sequatchie County, Luttrell took a corner to closely near the Mount Carmel Baptist Church parking lot and spun out of control, wrecking his vehicle and completely disabling it.
Luttrell exited the vehicle and fled on foot, with Deputy Voss close behind.
After a lengthy foot pursuit of over 1000 yards, Deputy Voss was able to successfully apprehend the subject, taking him into custody with considerable resistance. Ms. Keener did not flee the accident scene and was compliant with commands. She was also taken into custody.
The vehicle was unregistered and Luttrell and had no insurance.
Both Luttrell and Keener requested transport by Ambulance, Hamilton County EMS Medic 8 to Erlanger Medical Center, where both parties where cleared and released. Keener and Luttrell were transported separately and booked into the Hamilton County Jail without further incident.