HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) -- The suspect in a high speed car chase was in court Tuesday.
Cecil Shifflett's attorney said his client went to see a neurologist and something was discovered in Shifflett's brain that needs treatment.
The attorney suggested an electronic monitoring system to keep track of Shifflett, but the judge rejected this and Shifflett's bond motion was denied.
Shifflett's fiance Linda Davis was in court and becoming visibly upset in the court room when he was denied bond.
He faces a total of 15 charges, including assault on law enforcement
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