The story of the high-impact crash here that ended a chase that began on I-75 in Monroe County Sunday night has taken a bizarre twist. The driver is apparently not who law enforcement thought he was.The 2019 Dodge Challenger was clocked by Monroe County deputy Chris Sherrell running 108 mph. in the northbound lanes so he stopped it.As Sherrell walked up to the car, the driver fled northbound, exiting onto Hwy. 36. The driver ran off the left side of the road, hit a driveway culvert and flipped end over end several times on Hwy. 36 near Parker Branch Road at about 11 p.m.The state patrol originally identified the driver as 19-year-old De’Cameron B. Clark of Albany. A passenger was identified as Jerrell Chester, 20, also of Albany.The man thought to be Clark is on life support at Navicent in Macon. Family members arrived and identified the victim as Clark’s stepbrother – a 17-year-old from Albany who was wanted for murder, sources say.The driver was running in excess of 130 mph. when he went into the curve, those close to the investigation report.Chester is in fair condition at Navicent.More to follow….