Brothers arrested for 'shooting two deputies' during car chase in Georgia

Brothers, 40 and 41, are arrested for 'shooting two deputies' during car chase near the Florida-Georgia border The shooting unfolded on Saturday night in Brinson, Georgia, authorities said Troy Arthur Phillips and his brother Brad Phillips allegedly opened fire with a rifle while being chased by two deputies on Highway 84 Brad, 41, was arrested after the chase ended when the men crashed their truck Troy, 40, remained at large for much of Sunday before finally being taken into custody just before 2pm One of the deputies shot was from the Decatur County Sheriff's Office in Georgia He was shot under the arm and airlifted to a hospital in critical condition The second deputy with the Seminole County Sheriff's office also suffered non-life threatening injuries

By Megan Sheets For Dailymail.com

Published: 21:49 GMT, 28 February 2021 | Updated: 21:49 GMT, 28 February 2021

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Two brothers have been arrested after they allegedly shot and wounded two sheriff's deputies during a car chase near the border between Georgia and Florida. 

Authorities said the shooting unfolded on Saturday night in Brinson, Georgia, when Troy Arthur Phillips and his brother Brad Phillips opened fire with a rifle while being pursued by the deputies on Highway 84.

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Brad, 41, was arrested after the chase while Troy, 40, remained at large for much of Sunday before finally being taken into custody just before 2pm.     

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