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Three people face various charges after Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office deputies pursued and stopped a stolen car fleeing from the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office into Okaloosa County Monday night.

The car, a 2014 Honda Accord, had been reported stolen out of Fort Walton Beach September 5th. An OCSO Sgt. spotted it at Anchors Street and Hill Avenue around 11 p.m. but the driver, later identified as 25-year old Sebastian Orr of Fort Walton Beach, refused to pull over. Another OCSO deputy successfully deployed spike strips near Green Acres Boulevard and Beal Parkway and Orr ultimately stopped on Yancey Street. Deputies found a loaded revolver under the driver’s seat with one spent shell casing inside the vehicle.

Orr is charged with felony fleeing and eluding and driving with a suspended or revoked license. Deputies say Orr’s license had been suspended since October 2012 for a fleeing and eluding charge.

Front seat passenger 21-year old Kaitlin Burnett of Fort Walton Beach is charged with grand theft of a motor vehicle and also has a hold out of Santa Rosa County for aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. A passenger in the back seat, 19-year old Jamal Thompson of Pensacola, is charged with carrying a concealed firearm and resisting an officer without violence.


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