No one injured in high-speed chase through Dollarway neighborhood


A high-speed chase on Dollarway Road and in nearby neighborhoods Wednesday night ended with no injuries or property damage.

Michael S. Holbert, 31, of Pine Bluff was recognized by Pine Bluff Police Department detectives who knew that he had outstanding warrants from several different agencies, including the U.S. Marshals Service, said Pine Bluff police spokesman Capt. Greg Shaprio.

They attempted to pull over Holbert, but he did not stop, leading police and Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office deputies on a high-speed chase down Dollarway Road, through adjacent neighborhoods. The incident occurred at about 9:40 p.m.

Holbert eventually surrendered to police without further incident, Shapiro said.

Charges of felony fleeing and possession of drug paraphernalia were added as a result of the incident Wednesday to the list of other charges Holbert faces, Shapiro said.

Holbert was booked into the adult detention center at 10:11 p.m., according to the Sheriff’s Office website.