Daniel Aaron Bracey, age 32, of Florence, Alabama, was arrested on Monday, February 1st on multiple warrants filed after he fled from law enforcement in a stolen vehicle. Sgt. Michael Byrd of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office filed a report stating that on Saturday, December 19th, 2020, he was sitting stationary at the intersection of Pumping Station Road and Big Cypress Road. A grey Ford Ranger, driven by the suspect later identified as Bracey, allegedly failed to stop at the stop sign, and refused to pull over when Sgt. Byrd initiated his emergency lights. Bracey was heading south into Alabama when he spun around in the road and then continued southbound. Bracey allegedly changed lanes into the path of an oncoming vehicle, then turned the vehicle around to head north. Bracey allegedly continued to flee at speeds of approximately 75 mph. The pursuit ended when Bracey ran off the roadway, wrecked into a tree line, and fled on foot. When Bracey was apprehended, he was arrested on charges of felony evading arrest, theft of property, reckless endangerment, reckless driving, and driving on a revoked/suspended license. He is being held in the Wayne County Jail on $26,500.00 bond.