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Posted: Wednesday, June 5, 2013 4:15 pm | Updated: 8:22 pm, Wed Jun 5, 2013.

A Waynesboro man led police on a chase Wednesday morning that ended in Albemarle County with multiple arrests.

Waynesboro police had received a tip that a man with an outstanding warrant from Maryland was in the area. Upon investigation, they found Jonathan Woodard, 29, near South Delphine Avenue. Woodard, a Baltimore resident, had warrants from Maryland for violating his probation by leaving the state. He had been on probation after pleading guilty to an armed robbery that took place in April of 2009, where Woodard had stolen less than $500 and been charged with second degree assault. The charges were the latest in a number of violations committed by Woodard in Maryland, ranging from drug possession charges and another armed robbery charge in 2002 to stealing a car that same year, court records state.  

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