SHELBY CO., Ind. (WISH) - Indiana State Police arrested an Iowa man Wednesday afternoon after he led police on a chase on Interstate 74.
Police say around 2:10 p.m., a trooper was trying to stop a 2003 Pontiac on I-74 west near the 110 mile marker for a traffic violation. The driver, later identified as Joshua Bailey, 26, of Clinton, Iowa, did not stop and continued to drive off the London Road exit. He then drove off the road and into a corn field near county roads 400 West and 900 North.
A Shelby County deputy chased after the car before it crashed in the 9700 block of County Road 400 West. The driver tried to flee on foot but was bit by a K-9.
Bailey was taken to Major Hospital in Shelbyville for treatment and then to the Shelby County Jail. He was preliminarily charged with resisting law enforcement with a motor vehicle and possession of a stolen vehicle, both Class D felonies.
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