Indiana police apprehend suspect in high speed chase out of Michigan


    A 23-year-old Shipshewana man was arrested Sunday afternoon after leading police on a high speed chase that began out of Constantine, Michigan, according to deputies with the LaGrange County Sheriff's Office in Indiana. (LaGrange County Sheriff's Department)

    A 23-year-old Shipshewana man was arrested Sunday afternoon after leading police on a high speed chase that began out of Constantine, Michigan, according to deputies with the LaGrange County Sheriff's Office in Indiana.

    Aaron Joseph Schrock was taken into custody and booked in the LaGrange County Jail on charges of resisting law enforcement with a motor vehicle, possession of stolen property, and reckless driving.

    Deputies were notified of the chase Sunday afternoon after it entered their jurisdiction just north of Howe, Indiana. During the pursuit, police said Schrock drove toward oncoming vehicles on State Road 9 and State Road 120, putting several other motorists in danger. Police were able to execute a technique that ended the chase and rendered the suspect's vehicle, which was later determined to be stolen out of Colorado with additionally stolen California license plates, useless.

    Following the end of the pursuit, Schrock was taken into custody without incident.

    Assisting on the scene were the Indiana State Police, LaGrange Police Department, Constantine Police Department, Sturgis Police Department and the Indiana Conservation Department. Schrock is expected to face further charges from Michigan authorities, as well.

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