Indianapolis man drives himself to jail after police pursuit in Muncie
MUNCIE, Ind. (WISH) — An Indianapolis man drove himself to jail Friday morning after leading police on a pursuit in a stolen vehicle through Muncie, Indiana State Police says.
At 3 a.m., Sergeant Nick Albrecht was patrolling the Muncie area when he received a report of a vehicle with a stolen registration near the intersection of Memorial Drive and Hackley Street. Albrecht located a red 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer and verified that the registration was stolen, a news release said.
After initiating a traffic stop, the driver, 44-year-old Joshua Little, led Albrecht on a short pursuit and stopped his car in front of the Delaware County Justice Center.
Police say a high-risk traffic stop was conducted, and Little was taken to the Deleware County Justice Center.
Little was preliminarily charged with the following:
- Resisting Law Enforcement, a level 6 Felony.
- Theft, a class A Misdemeanor.
- Driving while suspended – prior, a class A Misdemeanor.
According to ISP, Little also had three active arrest warrants for dealing, possession of methamphetamine, and auto theft.