JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ)
One man was arrested Tuesday afternoon after a vehicle chase in Jefferson City and police continue to look for a suspect in another chase.
Just after 12 p.m., officers attempted to stop the driver of a vehicle that was identified as having multiple felony warrants for his arrest.
According to a release, Eric Kidd, 28, of Jefferson City, ignored commands to exit the vehicle and then drove off. Police ended the chase after finding Kidd’s vehicle was found abandoned in the middle of the roadway on Hogan Dr.
Police report Kidd remains at large.
Before 3 p.m. police attempted to stop a stolen vehicle when the driver drove off from the 600 block of E. McCarty onto US Hwy 50 East. Once on US Hwy 50, the vehicle continued east until Shamrock/Liberty Rd. The vehicle then began traveling east on Liberty Road until reaching Route M. The vehicle then crashed and the driver 42-year-old Robert Rawlings of Linn then tried to run away before being caught.
Rawlings admitted to fleeing because of his outstanding arrest warrant.
Rawlings was transported to the Cole County jail for holding for the outstanding federal arrest warrant for possession of a weapon.
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