Jackson Co. chase ends in Nebraska
HOLTON, Kan. (WIBW) - A wanted fugitive in Nebraska is behind bars after a traffic stop turned into a multi-state chase Saturday night.
Jackson Co. Sheriff Tim Morse said 23-year-old Davionne Starks-Briggs of Houston, Texas was wanted in Nebraska on a felony robbery warrant and was considered armed and dangerous.
Morse said a Holton Police officer stopped a 2015 Dodge Durango for a traffic infraction on the 400 block of Arizona Street in Holton shortly before 11 pm.
The car driven by Starks-Briggs then stopped in the parking lot of a nearby Casey’s.
The officer tried to arrest Starks-Briggs when he apparently drove away and hit the police car.
Jackson County deputies then joined Holton Police on a chase north of Holton on Highway 75 through Brown Co. and into Falls City, Nebraska.
Morse said north of Falls City, Starks-Briggs car left the highway and into a ditch.
He then ran from the car and into a field where he was captured and taken into custody.
He is being held in the Richardson Co. Jail in Nebraska and further charges are pending.
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