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Police chase in Biloxi ends in three arrests

Biloxi Police said it all started as an undercover drug sting at a nearby parking garage.  (Photo source: WLOX) Biloxi Police said it all started as an undercover drug sting at a nearby parking garage. (Photo source: WLOX)
Antonio Agellise Tatum is facing charges for eluding and selling cocaine. (Photo Source: Biloxi Police Department) Antonio Agellise Tatum is facing charges for eluding and selling cocaine. (Photo Source: Biloxi Police Department)
Devonte Johnques Walker faces charges for selling cocaine. (Photo Source: Biloxi Police Department) Devonte Johnques Walker faces charges for selling cocaine. (Photo Source: Biloxi Police Department)
Keivon Tiaerre Brimmage-Burton faces charges for selling crack cocaine. (Photo Source: Biloxi Police Department) Keivon Tiaerre Brimmage-Burton faces charges for selling crack cocaine. (Photo Source: Biloxi Police Department)
BILOXI, MS (WLOX) -

A slow and short police chase ended in Biloxi with the arrests of three men. Police tell us it started as an undercover drug sting at a parking garage. The men reportedly tried to elude police going west on Highway 90.

That is when officers say the driver went off the highway, at one point trying to go over a curb on Benachi Avenue just north of Beach Boulevard. That tore up the front of the vehicle, disabling it.

Investigators say a passenger, Devonte Johnques Walker, was arrested immediately, and a K-9 unit found two others. Antonio Agellise Tatum, the driver of the vehicle, and Keivon Tiaerre Brimmage-Burton had run from the scene and were located under a home in the 1000 block of Beach Boulevard.
Justice Court Judge Albert Fountain ordered all three to be held on $50,000 bonds for sale of crack cocaine. Tatum also has a $100,000 bond for eluding.

All three are currently being held in the Harrison County Adult Detention Facility.

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