Noble County couple arrested after fleeing from State Troopers

(Photo supplied/Noble County Jail)

A man from Rome City and a woman from Kendallville were arrested after trying to run from the Indiana State Police.

State troopers showed up at a home on Oak Knoll Road in Rome City to serve a probation violation warrant on 34-year-old Herbert Foote around 10:10 a.m. on Thursday, March 7, when they saw a truck, driven by Foote, speed away from the area.

Police gave chase for seven minutes before Foote drove off the road, causing the truck to overturn. Then he and 32-year-old Autumn Morphew got out of the vehicle and fled on foot, but were caught almost an hour later and about a mile-and-a-half away thanks to drone and K-9 searches.

Additional charges are pending.

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