POLICE CHASE & CRASH OVER 10 PACKS OF CARTRIDGES ….

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POLICE CHASE & CRASH OVER 10 PACKS OF CARTRIDGES ….

 user 2010-10-19 at 10:17:03 am Views: 81
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    http://www.yorkdispatch.com/news/ci_16342884
    POLICE CHASE & CRASH OVER 10 PACKS OF CARTRIDGES
    Two men arrested after chase to Loganville
    Two shoplifters who led police on a high-speed chase Thursday afternoon crashed into a concrete wall and fled into woods on foot, but were captured, police said.Shawn Cornell Stewart, 38, of Hyattsville, Md., and Robert Delano Ingram, 38, of Washington, D.C., were in York County Prison Friday morning on $50,000 bail each.York Area Regional Police responded to the Rite Aid at 910 W. Broadway in York Township about 12:15 p.m. after two men stole all of the displayed printer cartridges from the store, police said.York County Control advised the men fled the parking lot toward Dallastown in a silver four-door car with Virginia license plates.A police officer spotted the car — a Toyota Corolla — turning from South Queen Street to Leader Heights Road. He saw two males, one wearing a black jacket with yellow stripes, in the car, according to charging documents.

    The chase: A York Area Regional officer in an unmarked car began to follow the Toyota, waiting for assistance. While waiting at a red light to turn onto Interstate 83 south, the suspects heard a siren from a police car coming to assist and proceeded to run over the concrete median, through the red light and turn onto the ramp, according to charging documents.Both the unmarked car and a police car with its lights and siren activated followed the Toyota. The suspects began passing cars at high speed on the shoulder in extremely heavy rain, police said.State police were waiting at the Loganville exit. As the fleeing vehicle approached the exit, they saw police and abruptly cut across both lanes and exited the interstate. The suspects ran through a red light at the intersection of Reynolds Mill Road and Susquehanna Trail, according to charging documents.

    The crash: They continued to drive at high speeds on wet roads across Reynolds Mill Road until they lost control in the 9000 block, which is in Springfield Township. The Toyota skidded through a front yard and crashed into a concrete wall around a home, police said.Both men ran from the car into nearby woods as officers pursued, police said.Police said they saw more than 10 packages of HP printer cartridges fall when one of the men, later identified as Ingram, fell to the ground. He was arrested as other officers continued to chase the second suspect.

    Stewart, the second suspect, was apprehended about 100 yards from Ingram.Police who checked the crashed vehicle found another bag full of HP printer cartridges, according to charging documents.Both men are charged with six counts of retail theft — including felony counts of the charge — and two counts of receiving stolen property. Ingram is also charged with two counts of fleeing police and four traffic violations.