Man in custody after car chase ends in wreck in North Topeka, a woman left with serious injuries
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - One person was taken into custody after a vehicle pursuit that ended in a crash in North Topeka last night, leaving one woman with serious injuries.
31-year-old Jeremy Cline was booked into the Shawnee County Department of Corrections on Saturday night for multiples charges.
The Kansas Highway Patrol was dispatched to NW Paramore and Lyman road shortly after 6 P.M. last night.
The Kansas Highway Patrol told 13 NEWS, the driver, Cline was being stopped for an ongoing investigation.
Officials say the pursuit ended with the vehicle crashing into a utility pole.
KHP was able to physically stopped the vehicle with their TVI maneuver technique.
Officials say there was a female in the passenger seat during the chase, and she was transported to a local hospital with serious injuries.
Cline is being charged for aggravated battery, attempt to flee by engaging in reckless driving, possession of a stimulant, driving without a valid license, defective wipers, improper passing of school bus, and interference with Law Enforcement.
His bond is set for $25,000.
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