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Two state pursuit ends with driver ramming police
07/11/2019

(KAIR)--A Wednesday evening pursuit ended when the suspect rammed his vehicle into a police car.

That’s according to KQ2-TV, with the television station reporting the pursuit began when Elwood Police attempted to pull over the suspect vehicle, which refused to stop.

The chase went eastbound on U.S. Highway 36, where the Doniphan County Sheriff’s Department used spike strips in an attempt to stop the vehicle.

With one tire deflated, the vehicle continued across state lines, into Saint Joseph, Missouri, with the pursuit ending on East Lake Boulevard when the suspect allegedly rammed into a police car, and attempted to flee on foot.

At the time of the pursuit, it’s reported that police weren’t aware of children inside the vehicle.

Unhurt, they were released to their mother.

The suspect was taken into custody in Saint Joseph and faces assault charges.

His name is not immediately made public.

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