An Urbana, Illinois, man and five juveniles all are facing extra than one fees after a excessive-plod journey by Lake County that started on the Indiana Toll Street and that resulted in the recovery of two weapons, one which become as soon as reported stolen in Alabama.
David A. Reynolds, 19, from Urbana, is preliminarily charged with theft of a handgun, a felony, and carrying a handgun and not using a license, a misdemeanor.
The 16-year-venerable driver become as soon as charged with two felonies, resisting laws enforcement with a automotive and theft of a firearm, as properly as six misdemeanors. The misdemeanors at the side of unhealthy possession of a firearm by a minor, carrying a handgun and not using a license, possession of marijuana, leaving the scene of an accident, reckless using and dealing a automotive without ever receiving a license.
The final four juveniles are charged with a similar felonies and misdemeanors.
Indiana Voice Police acknowledged the incident began to unfold at 5: 45 p.m. Friday on the Indiana Toll Street at the 2.5-mile marker when Trooper Benjamin Beers noticed a dashing gray Buick. In-automotive radar clocked the automotive at 98 mph in a 70 mph zone.
Beers become as soon as ready to eradicate up with the automotive and compose a registration code take a look at as the driver exited on Calumet Avenue, in step with a news free up. At that time the driver began to bustle far off from the trooper, who activated his lights and siren, who started pursuit, the free up acknowledged.
“Because the pursuit continued on 117th terminate to Indianapolis Boulevard, the driver drove over several concrete boundaries inflicting the automotive to grow to be totally disabled at 116th and Davis,” in step with the free up.
Whiting and Hammond police assisted the ISP taking all six occupants of the automotive into custody.
Police chanced on two loaded .380 caliber handguns in the passenger device of the automotive. One among the handguns, a Ruger, had been reported stolen Sept. 2, 2014, in Madison County, Alabama, in step with the free up.
The five juveniles were transported to the Lake County Juvenile Detention Center and the grownup become as soon as transported to the Lake County Penal advanced.
Carrie Napoleon is a contract reporter for the Put up-Tribune.