Suspect captured after stolen car leads to high-speed chase, crash in Avon

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AVON, Ind. – Police say an Indianapolis teen was behind the wheel during Thursday night's high speed chase that left two people inured.

The driver has been identified as 18-year-old Logan Holland. He is currently in police custody.

Officials say the incident started just after 11 p.m. Thursday when Avon police received a request from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department to help find a stolen vehicle.

Police were looking for a green Buick Century that had been reported stolen. Officers spotted the car on Ronald Reagan Parkway.

Officers tried to pull the car over, but Holland didn’t slow down. Instead, the car headed south on Ronald Reagan, reaching speeds of more than 100 miles per hour at times, police said.

The car went through several intersections without stopping and hit two other vehicles, bringing an end to the pursuit. Two people, including the suspect, were treated at the scene for injuries.

In Hendricks County, the teen has been charged with possession of a stolen vehicle and resisting law enforcement. He also is facing charges from Marion County, including robbery, battery, interference with reporting a crime and criminal confinement.

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