RANDOLPH COUNTY, Mo. (KMIZ)
A Randolph County prosecutor has charged a Keytesville man on a number of counts after a Wednesday chase that resulted in a crash involving a Randolph County Sheriff’s Workplace patrol automotive.
The Randolph County Sheriff’s deputy tried to drag over a automobile at 10:45 p.m. after watching it journey over the middle line a number of occasions. The automobile drove off at a excessive price of velocity earlier than touring into Monroe County after which again into Randolph County. The automobile then drove right into a subject in response to stories.
In keeping with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Timothy D. Nonetheless, 43, of Moberly, crashed the automobile right into a tree on personal property close to County Street 2355.
Troopers stated the 2012 Dodge Charger patrol automotive pushed by Joseph R. Avery, 23, of Huntsville, bumped into the again of the SUV after the automobile crashed into the tree.
A passenger within the SUV, Jassi M. Chambers, 35, of Moberly, was taken to Moberly Regional Hospital with minor accidents.
No one else was harm within the crash.
Nonetheless is charged with driving with a suspended license and resisting arrest. Nonetheless can have an preliminary courtroom look on Monday.
We’ll replace this story as soon as we get new info.
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