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Man Busted with More than 200 Grams of Meth

Suspect reportedly rammed his car into a marked patrol unit, then tried to run away.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Police chased down a suspect they believe to be one of the largest meth suppliers in the area on Tuesday.

According to a probable cause report, an investigation conducted over several months led to the arrest of 32-year-old Douglas Crowley.

After tracking Crowley to a hotel, police say investigators saw him loading several unknown items into a car in the parking lot.

When officers tried to apprehend him, Crowley got into a nearby vehicle and sped away, purposely ramming a marked patrol unit and rendering both vehicles disabled, according to police.

Investigators say Crowley then led them on a brief foot chase and struggle before officers finally arrested him.

According to the preliminary report, officers found about 230 grams of meth, several other drugs, digital scales, a large folding knife and $2,943 in cash.

Crowley was taken to the Washington County Jail, where he was charged with delivery and possession of a controlled substance, aggravated assault and resisting arrest, among others.
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