A St. Clair man was arrested Nov. 24 after he led Franklin County sheriff’s deputies on a pursuit, bumped into somebody’s dwelling and hid out within the basement.
Daniel Strube, 21, faces costs for felony resisting arrest. His bond was set at $100,000.
Further costs are being sought towards Strube.
In accordance with Sheriff Steven Pelton, deputies have been conducting a DWI saturation within the Sullivan space. Round 10:45 p.m., a deputy initiated a visitors cease on Strube within the 800 block of Johanna Road in Oak Grove Village.
When contacting the driver, the deputy noticed the motive force gave the impression to be impaired by an unknown substance. The driving force gave quite a few false names and was exhibiting erratic conduct.
The deputy instructed the motive force to exit the car which he refused to conform, because the deputy opened the door to the car, it was instantly pulled shut by the motive force.
A bodily altercation ensued between the motive force and the deputy because the deputy was bodily making an attempt to take away the motive force from the car.
At one level throughout the altercation, the motive force sped away because the deputy’s arm turned entangled within the automobile. The deputy was capable of break away. A car pursuit was initiated and different deputies within the space joined the pursuit which traveled northbound on Freeway 185 to Freeway AF.
The car continued fleeing northbound on Freeway AF at a excessive price of pace the place it finally crashed on Ridge Highway simply north of Leuchtefield Highway. The driving force fled the scene on foot.
A Franklin County canine deputy was deployed within the space in an try to trace the suspect. A short while later, deputies have been contacted by a house owner close to the crash scene who suggested an unidentified white male, entered her residence with out permission and was hiding inside.
A fringe was established across the residence and at one level the suspect was noticed contained in the residence and was positively recognized as the motive force of the car concerned within the pursuit. The Franklin County canine deputy launched his canine companion into the residence in an try and find Strube. The canine alerted to the basement space of the residence.
Deputies entered the residence and took Strube into custody.