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Anderson Co. Chase Suspect Not Likely Killed By Stun Gun

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The man who died after officials say he led them on a chase in Anderson County Sunday, was killed by methamphetamine toxicity and cardiac arrhythmia, according to the coroner’s office. The man who died after officials say he led them on a chase in Anderson County Sunday, was killed by methamphetamine toxicity and cardiac arrhythmia, according to the coroner’s office.
Investigators say Brad Evans, 31, of Iva, was likely not killed after deputies used a stun gun on him. Investigators say Brad Evans, 31, of Iva, was likely not killed after deputies used a stun gun on him.
ANDERSON COUNTY, S.C. -

The man who died after officials say he led them on a chase in Anderson County Sunday, was killed by methamphetamine toxicity and cardiac arrhythmia, according to the coroner’s office.

Investigators say Brad Evans, 31, of Iva, was likely not killed after deputies used a stun gun on him.

It all started just after noon Sunday, when officials say Evans led them on the high-speed pursuit.

It ended with a foot chase and Evans jumping two fences. Authorities used the stun gun when they say he resisted arrest.

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