FAIRHOPE - Fairhope resident Dylan Dejuan Bradley, 22, has been arrested by the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office after leading deputies on multiple pursuits that put the public, as well as …
FAIRHOPE - Fairhope resident Dylan Dejuan Bradley, 22, has been arrested by the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office after leading deputies on multiple pursuits that put the public, as well as deputies and himself, at significant risk, officials said. Bradley was taken into custody May 2, 2023.
The sheriff’s office first became involved with Bradley Feb. 11, 2023, when a deputy attempted to stop his vehicle for a traffic violation. Bradley fled and a pursuit ensued that ended when he drove his car into the woods and fled on foot, evading arrest.
The next day, Bradley was arrested on an outstanding probation revocation warrant for criminal mischief in the first degree. However, he was released after a bond hearing but failed to comply with the conditions of his release.
On April 26, 2023, a patrol deputy tried to stop Bradley’s vehicle for a traffic violation, but he refused to stop and reached high speeds on the Bayway toward Mobile. The pursuit was canceled when it became too dangerous, but a supervisor who was familiar with Bradley identified him as the driver from the pursuit video. At that time, Bradley had six warrants for failing to appear in court on misdemeanor charges and two felony warrants.
Deputies continued their investigation with the assistance of the sheriff’s office Intelligence Unit, which determined that Bradley was working in the Foley area. On May 2, 2023, deputies located Bradley’s vehicle at a construction site in Foley. They established a surveillance detail and coordinated a warrant service with Patrol Squad Three and members of the K-9 unit. Bradley was safely taken into custody before he could reach his vehicle.
Bradley was arrested on multiple warrants, including failure to appear, reckless endangerment, attempt to elude, criminal mischief in the first degree and bond revocation.