Niles man arrested after high-speed chase in Elkhart County

A Niles man arrested after high-speed chase in Elkhart County.

The pursuit, on Sunday, April 25, reached speeds of 120 miles per hour, according to The Goshen News.

Officers had tried to pull the driver over, on suspicion that the vehicle had false and fictitious plates.

The chase started in Goshen and ended on State Road 13 south of Millersburg.

The driver, Tyler Adams, 31, told officers he took off because there were warrants issued in Michigan. Besides those, he now faces charges of resisting, reckless driving and for not having a driver’s license.

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