High Speed Chase Could Mean Prison

POSTED BY: George Hiotis
Friday, June 14, 2002 - 04:49 AM
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A Lancaster man could face up to six months in prison for taking police on a high speed chase. This week a Muskingum county grand jury indicted 25-year-old Robert Donahue of Lancaster on one count of felony fleeing and eluding, which carries a maximum penalty of up to five years in prison. According to Muskingum county prosecutor Mike Haddox, sheriff's deputies tried to pull over Donahue on June 5th to question him about a theft of a stone crock worth one-thousand dollars from an antique store in Zanesville...that's when the chase began. The chase along U.S. route 40 lasted 16 minutes and ended with Donague crashed into a brick wall in Cambridge. The grand jury also indicted Donahue and Larry Stone, also of Lancaster, on one count of felony theft which carries a maximum of one year in prison.

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