Friday, March 22, 2013

High-speed shootingGd
A high-speed chase in Johnson County following a failed, routine traffic stop ended in gunfire Thursday night. Sheriff Mike Reece says that his is deputies spotted Michael Brandon Stanley speeding on Highway 67. The deputy attempted to stop the vehicle using lights and siren and a chase followed at a 100 miles an hour with Stanley running without headlights and dangerously weaving through traffic. The suspect then allegedly stopped the vehicle and turned it in the direction of the deputy. Gunfire flattened the tires, leading to Stanley's arrest on a laundry list of traffic violations including aggravated assault on a police officer. (CC)

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