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Tuesday pursuit ends with crash
08/06/2019

(KNZA)--A Jackson County pursuit leads to a crash of the suspect vehicle, which sent the driver to the hospital.

According to a news release issued by Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse, the pursuit began shortly before 2:00 Tuesday afternoon when a Deputy attempted to stop a car for a traffic violation, as well as suspicious activity, near 126th and U.S. Highway 75.

According to Morse, the driver refused to stop, leading to the pursuit, which continued into Shawnee County, onto I-70, and then onto the Kansas Turnpike.

Stop sticks were deployed, which disabled the suspect vehicle, which then crashed near the turnpike toll plaza.

The driver, who has been identified as 39-year-old Kansas City, Missouri resident Jesus Emanuel Chatmon,  suffered minor injuries and was transported to a Topeka hospital for evaluation.

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