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By David Knopf/Richmond News
Teddy Scobee, a Richmond man charged with fleeing police and subsequently being alleged to possess methamphetamines, drug paraphernalia and over $1,300 in cash, has waived the right to a preliminary hearing and will be arraigned in circuit court next month.
Scobee, 37 at the time of his arrest in September, faces a C Felony and a misdemeanor, charges compounded by prior convictions, failures to appear in court and bond violations.
Scobee and Roy Worrell fled a home in the 100 block of McCart Street in Richmond as local police and a State Highway Patrolman attempted to serve a felony arrest warrant for Worrell.
The men ran from police but were apprehended in a wooded area, where police allege 4.5 grams of metamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and cash were in their possession.