Muncie male held just after fleeing law enforcement in stolen vehicle

a person posing for the camera: Dwayne Wolfe

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Dwayne Wolfe

MUNCIE, Ind. — A Muncie gentleman was arrested this 7 days immediately after he allegedly led law enforcement on a chase though driving a stolen motor vehicle.

Dwayne Eugene Wolfe, 28, was taken into custody late Sunday after he stopped the Kia — reported stolen previously from outside a dwelling along Hackley Street — close to To start with Street and Pershing Generate.

The chase, with speeds reaching 70 mph, reportedly saw Wolfe operate numerous end signals and red lights, It lasted a number of minutes, and led authorities down streets east, north and south of downtown Muncie.


At just one level Wolfe still left the highway in Heekin Park and drove as a result of a discipline, according to an affidavit. He also instructed 911 dispatchers he meant to generate to Town Corridor and surrender, but did not do so, authorities said.

The Muncie man was preliminarily billed with auto theft, resisting law enforcement in a auto, reckless driving, driving though suspended and leaving the scene of an incident.

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He ongoing to be held without the need of bond Wednesday in the Delaware County jail.

At this time of his most recent arrest, the Muncie man was awaiting demo on nine prices pending in local courts: dealing in a narcotic drug, driving even though intoxicated, driving with a managed substance in procedure, keeping a common nuisance and resisting regulation enforcement, and two counts just about every of neglect of a dependent and driving while suspended.

Wolfe’s file involves convictions for battery with a lethal weapon, dealing in a narcotic drug, domestic battery, false informing, possession of marijuana, resisting legislation enforcement (two times), theft and theft.

Douglas Walker is a information reporter at The Star Push. Contact him at 765-213-5851 or at [email protected].

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