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High-speed chase in Sharonville


SHARONVILLE, Ohio (WKRC) -- Four people are in custody after a high-speed chase in a car reported stolen from Fairborn.

It began early Monday morning around 2:45 when Sharonville police officers attempted to stop a vehicle on westbound I-275 near I-75 for traffic violations.

The suspect vehicle fled from officers, travelling westbound on I-275 to Hamilton Avenue.

The vehicle exited onto Hamilton Avenue and then re-entered I-275 travelling eastbound. It also went southbound on I-75, then northbound 75, and eventually came to a stop at the end of the ramp from interstate 75 to Cincinnati-Dayton Road.

The three passengers in the vehicle were all juveniles from the Dayton, Ohio area. Two of the juveniles were wanted on warrants from Montgomery County and were ultimately transported to the Hamilton County Juvenile Detention Center. The third juvenile was released to a parent.

The driver of the vehicle, 22-year-old Giordon Franklin from the Dayton area, was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property, operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, fleeing and eluding, driving under suspension, and multiple traffic violations. Franklin was transported and released to the Hamilton County Justice Center.

No damage was incurred to any property or vehicles involved in the pursuit. No officers or suspects were injured as a result of the pursuit.

Information from Sharonville Police Dept


SHARONVILLE, Ohio (WKRC) -- At least two people are in custody after a high-speed chase.

It began on I-275 in Sharonville around 2:45 Monday morning.

The driver then went south on I-75, got off on the Shepherd Lane exit and got right back on northbound 75.

He then crossed into Butler County and got off at the Cincinnati-Dayton Road exit, where police arrested him and a passenger.

Investigators tell us the driver reached speeds of 110 miles per hour.

We will continuing to follow this story and bring you more as we get it.

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