CHESAPEAKE, Va. - A man who police say led them on a chase, and killed a Chesapeake city worker was in court Thursday morning.
Courtney Horan is facing murder charges for the deadly crash.
Horan pleaded guilty to Second Degree Murder and faces a maximum of 40 years in prison.
Back in October, police tried to stop the 27-year-old for an expired inspection sticker but he led them on a chase, according to investigators.
The chase reached speeds over 100 miles per hour.
They said Horan hit another car then crashed into a Chesapeake trash truck killing 51-year-old George Harris.
Harris’s mother told News 3 her son was a dedicated and hardworking employee.
Horan's sentencing is scheduled for September 27.