(Aurora, Ind.) – A high-speed chase on U.S. 50 in Aurora ended when the suspects fled on foot and avoided police.
But, police do have a couple pieces of information that could bring them in eventually: their names.
On Monday at about 10:44 a.m., an Aurora Police officer observed Dennis T. Seabolt, 40, and Jason A. Seabolt, 33, both of Aurora, heading east on U.S. 50 in a maroon passenger vehicle. The officer knew the two men were wanted on outstanding warrants, said Aurora Chief of Police Bryan Fields.
The officer drove up behind the vehicle, which then took off at speeds over 80 MPH. The chase ended when the Seabolt vehicle turned onto Billingsley Drive, then Woodlawn Avenue and Buena Vista Drive. The two suspects fled on foot after parking the car in a driveway.
Despite help from other area law enforcement and K9 officers, the men could not be located.
Anybody with information on the whereabouts of Dennis Seabolt and Jason Seabolt area asked to contact the Aurora Police Department at (812) 926-1101.
Dennis Seabolt is described as a white male, 5’5” tall, 110 pounds, bald with blue eyes and a small build. He is wanted for probation violation on a cocaine dealing conviction.
Jason Seabolt is a white male, 5’6”, 155 pounds, brown hair and blue eyes with a small build. He is also wanted for a probation violation for charges related to dealing cocaine and burglary.
Fields said further charges against the Seabolts are pending.
This isn’t the first trouble members of the Seabolt family have been in recently. Indiana State Police and other agencies raided the family’s home on Stoney Lonesome Road in Aurora on October 16th as part of a drug investigation. Seven people were arrested at the home.