Everett police chase ends early Friday morning when suspect crashes into another car
Posted on Friday, July 10th, 2020 at 12:34 pm
EVERETT, WA – Everett Police arrested a man early Friday morning after he led them on a police chase that ended when he crashed into another vehicle.
(1/2) 132nd St SE/SR 527 closed while CIU detectives investigate crash. Pursuit ended around 2AM when the suspect vehicle crashed into a civilian vehicle. Victim driver, 26 YO Everett woman, and passenger, 29 YO Auburn male, both transported by aid with minor injuries.
— snocosheriff (@SnoCoSheriff) July 10, 2020
The Snohomish County Sheriff reported the incident via Twitter on Friday morning.
The suspect is a 30-year-old man from Mount Vernon who was driving with a suspended license. He also has a felony warrant for his arrest.
The suspect, along with the two people in the car that he crashed into, were transported to the local hospital with minor injuries.
Updates will be posted as more information becomes available.
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