Columbus man lead police on high speed chase

Columbus man lead police on high speed chase

first_imgBARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, Ind. — A Columbus man has been arrested after leading police on a 90-minute high-speed chase through Bartholomew, Decatur, and Jennings Counties.According to police, Kyle Pacek, 28, was arrested on charges of Neglect of a Dependent, Resisting Law Enforcement in a Vehicle Resulting in Bodily Injury, Resisting Law Enforcement on Foot, Criminal Recklessness, and Criminal Confinement.Police say around noon on Saturday officers saw a car without a rear bumper.A license plate check revealed that Pacek had two warrants for his arrest.The officer attempted to stop Pacek, but fled, leading officers on a chase with speed reaching over 80 miles per hour.Pacek’s girlfriend and an eight-month-old child were in the car.Police say Pacek avoided several tire deflation devices and was finally apprehended by a State Police trooper after a Jennings County deputy rear-ended Pacek’s car.last_img

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