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Wednesday pursuit ends with arrests

(KAIR)--A Mayetta woman, and a Chanute, Kansas man, are jailed in Jackson County following what authorities say was a late Wednesday morning vehicle pursuit that led to their arrests.

According to a release from Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse, a deputy, around 11:30 Wednesday morning, “attempted to stop a Chevy Cavalier near 126th and 75 Hwy in southern Jackson County for allegedly speeding and a registration violation,” but the vehicle’s driver “failed to yield and a pursuit ensued,” which “continued into northwest Shawnee County and then into the City of Topeka.”

According to Morse, a Kansas Highway Patrol “aircraft unit was able to follow the vehicle into central Topeka and observed the suspects park the vehicle and enter an apartment building” where they were arrested by law enforcement.

Taken into custody was Chanute resident, and alleged suspect vehicle driver, 21-year-old Raymond Meyer who was arrested on charges including felony fleeing and eluding, interference with law enforcement, possession of a hallucinogenic drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, and driving without a license.

22-year-old Mayetta resident, and vehicle passenger, Madison Hemelrick was arrested on charges including interference with law enforcement, possession of a hallucinogenic drug, and drug paraphernalia.

Following their arrests, the pair was booked into the Jackson County Jail.

The release notes that the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, and KHP, were assisted by the Hoyt and Topeka police departments, as well as the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office.

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