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Moore bound to grand jury for run from law
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A man has been bound to the grand jury after he outran the law, or at least thought he had.
The man, Tyler A. Moore, 22, is charged with evading arrest for refusing to pull over when police tried to stop him near River Park Hospital. Deputy Derek Bowles said he joined the chase and saw Moore’s fleeing vehicle on Cadillac Lane.
“The driver turned into the parking lot of River Park Hospital at a high rate of speed,” the deputy said, noting the suspect ran two stop signs before emerging back out into the main road. “He turned in front of traffic on Sparta Street nearly causing a wreck.”
Moore accelerated as he led his pursuers down Sparta Street. “He sped up to about 80 mph,” the deputy reported, noting he stayed with the fugitive onto Highway 30.
“I got his tag number and discontinued the pursuit for the safety of the public,” Bowles revealed, noting he then ran the tag number of the vehicle he had been chasing. “I found his driver license was suspended out of Warren County since February.”