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Charges await pursuit suspect in Doniphan Co

(KNZA)--A Leona man is facing charges following a police pursuit earlier this month in Doniphan County that left a Highland Police officer injured.

40-year-old Travis Winters has been charged in Doniphan County District Court with felony counts of fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer and aggravated battery along with a misdemeanor count of driving while license cancelled, suspended or revoked.

 The Kansas Highway Patrol says Officer Tom Williams was pursing a Pontiac Grand Prix the evening of May 7th on Ash Point Road, south of Leona, when he lost visual contact on the car due to a dust cloud.

Williams Dodge Durango slid off the road and crashed into a pole.

Williams was transported to the Horton Community Hospital where he was treated and released.

Winters was taken into custody the following day by the Kansas Highway Patrol.

He remains in the Doniphan County Jail.


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