UPDATE: Suspect Gets Away After High-Speed Chase Through Three Counties

The chase began this morning on State Road 350 near Milan.

Update published at 2:50 p.m.:

Indiana State Police have provided more details about Tuesday morning's high-speed chase through Dearborn County. 

Sgt. Jerry Goodin says ISP Troopers were assisting Moores Hill authorities with a stolen vehicle stop on State Road 350 at Bigney Road near Milan around 8:43 a.m. when the suspect fled in a maroon Nissan Altima. 

The suspect, who remains unidentified, led numerous local law enforcement agencies on a county-wide chase. The suspect used North Hogan Road, Kaiser Drive and Pribble Road at speeds upwards of 70 MPH. 

Goodin says the chase continued onto U.S. 50 and into Hamilton County, where the suspect eventually got away. 

A description of the suspect was not provided. 


Original story published at 9:30 a.m.:

(Dearborn County, Ind.) - A high-speed chase that began in Dearborn County this morning has reportedly gone across state lines. 

Dearborn County Dispatch says a police pursuit that began in the area of State Road 350 and North Hogan Road around 8:45 a.m. has spilled into Hamilton County. 

Several area residents have reported seeing the suspect's red car traveling at an excessive rate of speed. One witness in particular, told Eagle Country 99.3 that the suspect was chased down Kaiser Drive at an estimated 100 MPH. 

It is unknown at this time how or why the pursuit started. 




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