Columbia City man arrested after high speed chase

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A Columbia City man has been arrested after being involved in a high speed chase through Goshen and into a cornfield.

The chase, Monday night, Dec. 19, started in the area of Lincolnway East and Plymouth when Goshen officers tried to stop the vehicle for a traffic infraction.

Instead, the driver led officers through the city to the area of County Roads 31 and 50, when he left the road and drove through a cornfield.

The occupants then took off on foot into the woods.

Cops eventually caught up to Travis King, 36, who they say continued to resist, causing a hand injury to one of the officers trying to place him under arrest.

Police found paraphernalia inside the vehicle.

King was found to have a felony warrant out of Whitley County and was taken to the Elkhart County Jail.

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