Two arrested in connection with burglary of Fishers business

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Two men were arrested Wednesday after police said they burglarized a Fishers business.

James Stewart, 49, and Robert Coleman, 30, were arrested on charges of burglary and resisting law enforcement.

Officers with the Fishers Police Department responded to an alarm at FE Harding Asphalt, located at 10151 Hague Road. When they arrived, an officer noticed a vehicle driving without headlights in a nearby parking lot, while a male was running beside it.

The officer ordered the suspects to stop, but they refused.  Police said a short foot pursuit ensued and the officer was able to apprehend one suspect.

The second man fled in the vehicle but after a short pursuit, the suspect stopped the vehicle and was taken into custody without incident.

Neither the officers nor suspects were injured in the pursuits or during the arrests.

Both men were also charged with possession of marijuana.  Additionally, Coleman was charged with driving while suspended with a prior conviction.

They were transported to the Hamilton County Jail.

Photo: James Stewart (left), Robert Coleman (right)

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