Hamilton County deputies attempted a traffic stop Tuesday night which ended in a chase, crash, and arrest.
A deputy tried to stop a car driven by Richard Doolin, 62, of Cincinnati. Investigators said Doolin was driving without a rear license plate near Ken Arbre Drive and Euclid Avenue in Sycamore Township.
They said Doolin refused to stop, and led officers on a chase through Silverton, Kennedy Heights, and Pleasant Ridge. The chase ended when Doolin turned onto Parkview Avenue and collided with another car. Deputies said Doolin tried to run away on foot, but was caught.
Doolin was charged with fleeing and eluding, obstructing official business, resisting arrest, and having an open container. He was taken to the Hamilton County Justice Center.
Early Wednesday morning, a deputy tried to stop a car driven by Keion L. Robinson, 22, of Cincinnati for a traffic violation on Montgomery Road and Woodford Road in Columbia Township.
Robinson refused to stop, and led officers on a chase along I-71. Deputies said Robinson eventually crashed into a wall in the 3200 block of Burnet Avenue. They added that Robinson and two others in the car tried to get away on foot. All were apprehended.
A fourth person remained in the car.
Officers found a .380 caliber semi-automatic pistol on Robinson.
Robinson was charged with felony fleeing and eluding, carrying a concealed weapon, obstruction of official business, operating without a valid driver's license, and improper display.
A female juvenile had an outstanding warrant for runaway. She was charged with obstructing official business, and transported to the Hamilton County Juvenile Detention facility.
Asia S. Palmer, 24, was cited for obstructing official business. Robinson and Palmer were taken to the Hamilton County Justice Center.
No charges were filed against the fourth passenger.