BRYAN, OH - Area authorities spotted a man breaking a few traffic laws on Ohio 15, and a high speed chase began when they attempted to pull him over.
Officers with the Pioneer Police Department were advised by the Bryan Police Department their officers were pursuing a vehicle at a high rate of speed northbound on 15 from the city of Bryan. The probable cost for the stop was a traffic infraction.
As the pursuit approached the village of Pioneer, officers with the Pioneer PD set up at bumper to bumper to deploy their stinger pursuit stop equipment. The equipment was deployed successfully, bringing the pursuit to an end near the Pioneer IGA.
The subject was arrested without incident. Bryan police were assisted in the pursuit by the Williams County Sheriff’s Office and the Pioneer Police Department.
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