(Harrison, Oh.) – Driving on a suspended license led to an attempted traffic stop, police chase through two states, and arrest of an East Price Hill man Sunday.
According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, police attempted to stop Dominic Alexander as he drove in Dearborn County near the state line around 7:45 p.m. They knew he had a suspended license.
Alexander, 25, refused to stop. He led officers on a high-speed chase into Harrison where he left his car and attempted to flee on-foot through several back yards.
A nearly two hour search was assisted by residents who saw Alexander running through their yards. He was eventually caught.
Alexander is now held at the Hamilton County Jail. He is charged with inducing panic, reckless operation of a motor vehicle and driving on a suspended license.