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110 mph chase on I-75 ends with tank on empty

SHARONVILLE, Ohio – Police say three people are in custody after the second high-speed chase in less than a week on interstates just north of Cincinnati.

The Cincinnati Enquirer reports (http://cin.ci/1fPtie7) that Sharonville police began pursuit early Monday of a car on westbound Interstate 275 that reportedly had been stolen. Police say the car reached speeds of 110 mph as it got onto eastbound 275 and then Interstate 75 heading north, before it ran out of gas in southern Butler County.

Police said the 22-year-old driver was charged with receiving stolen property, fleeing and eluding, and other charges. Two juveniles were arrested on other charges, while another juvenile was released to his parents.

A lengthy chase that saw the suspects’ vehicle going 120 mph ended in Sharonville with three arrests last Tuesday.

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