Police cars congregate at the corner of 12 Mile and Bunert roads in Warren, where a car that fled from Roseville police came to rest.

Police cars congregate at the corner of 12 Mile and Bunert roads in Warren, where a car that fled from Roseville police came to rest.

Photo by Maria Allard


Teen in custody after Roseville pursuit ends in Warren

By: Brian Louwers | C&G Newspapers | Published May 2, 2019

 The driver of a 2018 Dodge Challenger tried to flee on foot and left the vehicle in the area of 12 Mile and Bunert roads in Warren May 2.

The driver of a 2018 Dodge Challenger tried to flee on foot and left the vehicle in the area of 12 Mile and Bunert roads in Warren May 2.

Photo by Maria Allard

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WARREN — A short midday pursuit that began in Roseville and ended in Warren led to the arrest of a juvenile driver May 2. The driver, 16, was in the custody of the Macomb County Juvenile Justice Center at press time.

According to a release from Chief Ryan Monroe, of the Roseville Police Department, a pursuit was initiated at about 12:45 p.m. after a red 2018 Dodge Challenger was observed speeding on southbound Groesbeck Highway, south of Common Road. The pursuit was reportedly terminated by Roseville police on 12 Mile Road, just west of Hayes Road in Warren.

“The Warren Police Department found the suspect vehicle minutes later. The driver of the vehicle pulled over and attempted to flee on foot,” Monroe said in the release.

According to the release, Warren police took the driver into custody, and the teen was turned over to Roseville officers.

No further information was available at press time.

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