Police Chase Stolen Car through UK Campus

Reported by: Paris Lewbel
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Updated: 11/11/2013 3:12 am
Three suspects in a stolen car led police on high speed car chase, says University of Kentucky Police. The chase ended in a crash at the corner of Woodland and Columbia on the UK Campus.

According to University of Kentucky Police, an officer on patrol spotted the stolen car and tried to pull it over. The car took off, crashing into the light pole a short time later.

The driver, Ra'sheen Culpepper ran off, UK Police says. He is wanted on multiple charges this morning.

Two passengers were also inside the car, Oshea George and Thomas Brown, UK Police says. They were arrested and charged with receiving stolen property.

UK Police tells ABC 36 that they are still searching for Culpepper. The incident is still under investigation.
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