Indiana State Police: Illinois man arrested after chase

WARREN CO., Ind. (ADAMS) – Indiana State Police say that an Illinois man is behind bars after a chase on Friday.
ISP officials say that at approximately 2:50 p.m., Trooper Tyler Turchi was patrolling US 41 near County Road 850 North. Trooper Turchi attempted to stop a 2007 Dodge Charger for traveling 111 mph in a 60 mph zone.

The driver, later identified to be Anthony Hayes, 22, of Chicago, IL, failed to stop for Trooper Turchi and continued southbound on US 41 at a high rate of speed. Trooper Turchi continued to pursue the vehicle to US 41 and County Road 650 South, where he was advised to terminate the pursuit.

Shortly after the pursuit was terminated, Hayes ran off the road on US 136 near County Road 800 West. Hayes exited his vehicle and requested a ride from a passing motorist. At that time, a Covington Police Officer arrived on the scene and was able to safely take Hayes into custody without further incident.

Arrested persons and preliminary *charges:

Anthony Hayes, 22, Chicago, IL

Resisting Law Enforcement with a Vehicle – Level 6 Felony
Reckless Driving – Class C Misdemeanor
Operating a Vehicle Without Ever Receiving a Driver License – Class C Misdemeanor
Trooper Turchi was assisted on scene by Lieutenant McKee, Warren County Sheriff’s Department, Fountain County Sheriff’s Department, Vermillion County Sheriff’s Department, and Covington Police Department.

*Indiana State Police remind that all charges are merely allegations, and all criminal defendants should be presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.