William Earl Eubanks allegedly reached speeds of 110 mph and ran a number of pink lights whereas main police on a chase on E. Market St. in Springettsbury Township.
YORK COUNTY, Pa. — A Baltimore man is in custody after allegedly main State Police on a chase in a stolen automobile by York County Wednesday night time.
William Earl Eubanks, 33, is charged with felony counts of DUI, prison mischief involving property injury, fleeing or trying to elude police, and receiving stolen property, misdemeanor counts of recklessly endangering one other particular person, illegally working a automobile with out ignition interlock, and obstruction of justice, and a number of abstract visitors offenses within the incident, which occurred round 7:32 p.m.
Based on police, the incident started with the report of an erratic driver touring north on Interstate 83 close to Exit 10 in York County. The automobile, a Ford Explorer, was reported stolen out of Springettsbury Township, police say.
Responding troopers encountered the automobile close to Exit 14 and adopted it till it exited the interstate at Mt. Rose Avenue (Exit 16), police say.
Police tried a visitors cease, however the automobile allegedly fled at a excessive price of velocity, main police on a chase that coated a number of miles. Police say the automobile reached speeds of 110 mph and ran by a number of pink lights because it traveled east on E. Market St.
The Explorer deliberately struck a police cruiser because it made a left flip from E. Market St. to Silver Spur Drive, inflicting reasonable injury to the police automobile, in line with police.
Police say they finally took Eubanks into custody on the Stoney Brook Condo Advanced in Springettsbury Township, the place he was recognized and detained.
A data search indicated Eubanks’ Maryland driver’s license was suspended, and that his automobile requires an ignition interlock to function, police say.
Eubanks allegedly informed police he had drank three pints of Hennessy earlier than the incident started, and troopers discovered a half-empty bottle of 4 Loco and an empty bottle of Johnny Bootleggers within the entrance seat of his automobile, police say.
Eubanks allegedly refused to take a blood chemical take a look at and was transported to York Central Reserving for processing.