UPDATE @ 10:55 a.m. Cruiser camera footage has been released of a high-speed pursuit in Huber Heights early Tuesday morning.
The video shows the car spinning out and crashing as the driver attempts to evade police.
The driver, who has not been identified, was taken into custody.
UPDATE @ 5:30 a.m: A woman is in jail after the vehicle she led police on a high speed chase with crashed out in a residential yard early Tuesday morning.
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Police say the pursuit started after the woman, who was also driving the car, failed to stop for a traffic violation on Brandt Pike and Cosner Drive. She allegedly failed to use a turn signal and had a lane change violation.
The chase began just after 1:30 a.m. with the driver going south on Brandt Pike passing Chambersburg and Fishburg Roads.
Speeds reached up to 80 mph during the pursuit, with officers attempting to use StopSticks around the Chambersburg Road area, but the driver avoided them.
Authorities say the driver tried to lose them in a local neighborhood, but the vehicle ended up going off the road, hitting a tree, and spinning out into the front yard of a home in the 5700 block of Brandt Pike.
There was another woman in the car at the time of the pursuit, but only the driver was taken into custody.
The driver, whose name was not released, is currently in Montgomery County Jail. Charges she’ll face were not immediately released. We’re told she also has warrants.
We’ll update this story as additional details become available.
Authorities are responding to the area of Brandt Pike and Rye Drive after a police pursuit ended as a crash early Tuesday morning, officials confirm.
Initial reports indicate the vehicle, which was being pursued by officers from Huber Heights, crashed in the yard of a residential home in the 5700 block of Brandt Pike around 1:40 a.m.
No other details were immediately available.
We’ll continue to update this story as we find out more.
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