WARSAW — A Plymouth man was recently arrested after a police pursuit that reached speeds of 100 mph.
Zachary Ryan Bradley, 27, 13838 12th Road, Plymouth, is charged with resisting law enforcement, a level 6 felony; and reckless driving, a class C misdemeanor.
On Oct. 13, a Warsaw Police officer was traveling east on US 30 in the area of CR 250E when he noticed a vehicle directly behind him following too close. The officer pulled into the left turn lane and the vehicle passed the officer’s patrol vehicle.
As the officer pulled in behind the vehicle, the vehicle’s speed increased to 75 mph. The officer activated his siren and the vehicle increased speed while continuing east on US 30, reaching speeds of 95 to 100 mph.
According to court documents, the pursuit went into Whitley County, where the suspect vehicle turned north on CR 400W to Plattner Road before going back into Kosciusko County, reaching speeds of 100 mph. Officers were able to use stop sticks and flatten the tires on the suspect vehicle. The vehicle then slowed to 50 mph before coming to a stop on CR 650W.
Bradley admitted to police he had warrants from Marshall County and Tennessee. Officers also learned that Bradley’s driver’s license was suspended.
Bradley has already been arrested and released on bond. He has an initial hearing at 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31.