Illinois lady arrested for high-speed chase by means of West Michigan | Information


The motive force continued on two flat tires for about 16 miles till the car stopped in Jackson County.

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Cass County Sheriff's Department (Photo courtesy of John McNeill)
Cass County Sheriff’s Division (Photograph courtesy of John McNeill)

CALHOUN COUNTY, MI (WKZO AM/FM) — An Illinois lady is in custody after a high-speed chase by means of West Michigan.

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It started simply after 9 p.m. Wednesday when a Michigan State Police trooper was trying to cease the motive force on I-94 in Berrien County, however resulting from security causes authorities referred to as off the pursuit because the suspect took off, touring over 100 mph.

The motive force was then noticed in Kalamazoo County and whereas the chase was ended as soon as once more, deputies continued to fastidiously comply with the car as entered Calhoun County.

Deputies in that space then created a roadblock with their police cruisers to attempt to cease the motive force, however as an alternative the suspect hit one of many police cruisers and continued fleeing.

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The 31-year-old lady was situated close to I-94 and 22 Mile Street and was finally stopped when officers close to Albion used spike strips to flatten her tires. She continued down the street on two flat tires for about 16 miles till the car stopped close to Airport Street in Jackson County.

No accidents had been reported and the motive force was taken to the Calhoun County Jail. She might now face expenses of fleeing and eluding and driving on a revoked license.

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