K9 officer apprehends suspect after police chase in Fishers

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FISHERS, Ind. – One person is in custody this morning after a police chase involving three agencies.

Officers with the Fishers Police Department say it all started when they initiated a traffic stop. They say the driver gave them probable cause to believe there may be narcotics inside the vehicle.

According to police, the driver refused to exit the vehicle and drove away. Officers followed and a vehicle pursuit ensued.

As the chase approached 91st Street and Allisonville Road, IMPD officers in the area joined in the chase to assist. The suspect then headed northbound on I-69.

The chase ended when the suspect’s vehicle ran over stop sticks deployed on I-69 by State Police troopers.

Officers say the suspect tried to run from the vehicle, but was apprehended by and IMPD K9 officer.

He was taken into custody transported to the hospital to be treated for a dog bite.

According to officers, there was a female passenger in the car but she was not arrested.

No officers were injured during the chase.