23-year-old Tyler Fish had energetic felony warrants for home violence and felonious assault when Ravenna law enforcement officials tried to cease him.
RAVENNA, Ohio — A 23-year-old man from Stow was arrested Tuesday morning after fleeing from Ravenna law enforcement officials making an attempt to cease him.
In accordance with a information launch from the Ravenna Police Division, officers noticed the suspect, Tyler Fish, driving a car at 8:29 a.m. Fish has energetic felony warrants for his arrest together with Home Violence and Felonious Assault.
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After making makes an attempt to cease Fish, he fled from Ravenna law enforcement officials in a 2005 Teal Ford 500.
“Tyler traveled east on State Route 5 till he turned north onto Knapp Street and finally returned to the intersection of State Route 14,” the information launch states. “He then continued east on State Route 5 once more, till placing Cease Sticks, which had been deployed by the Ohio State Freeway Patrol at Esworthy and State Route 5.”
Fish then drove his car off the highway on Greenleaf and Newton Falls Street the place he tried to flee on foot. Ravenna law enforcement officials had been capable of shortly apprehend him.
The suspect was transported to the College Hospital Portage Medical Middle by Ravenna Hearth on account of the truth that he swallowed a big amount of what was suspected to be narcotics.
A passenger, Mike McCutcheon, exited the car when the Ravenna law enforcement officials initiated the site visitors cease. He was later recognized and apprehended on energetic warrants in downtown Ravenna.
Fish was charged with Failure to Comply and Driving below suspension on prime of his current warrants.
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