High-speed chase ends in four-count indictment

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A high-speed chase that started in Delaware and ended in Ostrander during the early morning hours, reaching 100 mph at times, ended with a four-count indictment says the Delaware County Prosecutor.

Spencer S. Osborn, 25, drove a 2003 Dodge Ram when he failed to pull over for law enforcement, and the chase began.

“Speeds reached 100 mph and ended with the truck veering off the roadway, coming to rest in a ditch,” said Carol O’Brien, Delaware County Prosecutor in a release.

The suspect ditched the truck, and ran away. He allegedly then stole a Cadillac Eldorado from Ostrander, and dumped that in Columbus in favor of another GMC truck, said O’Brien.

Osborn is charged with failure to comply with order or signal of a police officer, a third-degree felony, and three counts of receiving stolen property, fourth-degree felonies.

An arraignment has not yet been set, O’Brien concluded in a press release.

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