Suspect arrested after vehicle pursuit in Tuscaloosa

Tuscaloosa Police have arrested a suspect that was involved in a high speed pursuit with police back in April.{} Police say Byron Dwights Sullivan sped away after a TPD Patrol Officer activated his police vehicle lights and sirens to conduct a traffic stop.{} The pursuit started at Lurleen Wallace Blvd northbound at 12th Street, continued into west Tuscaloosa and then back to Jack Warner Parkway.{} At Jack Warner Parkway and 28th Avenue, police say Sullivan's vehicle sideswiped a TPD Patrol Unit.{} Sullivan then turned into a dead end road on 29th Avenue and drove through a fence before leaving the vehicle and jumping a fence into a railroad yard on foot.{} Sullivan was later found lying underneath a railcar and was taken into custody.{} He was taken to the Tuscaloosa Police Department and then to DCH for self-inflicted injuries to his foot.{} Once he is released, Sullivan will be taken to Tuscaloosa County Jail pending at $4,500 bond.{} The 25 year old was issued citations for leaving the scene of an accident and driving while having a suspended driver's license.{} He faces a list of charges including reckless endangerment, 2nd degree unlawful possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, attempting to elude police, giving false name and resisting arrest.{}