Youngster Flees Police in High Speed Chase, Rolls Vehicle, Gets Caught, MOSCOW, August 28, 2017 - At around 10 pm on August 27, 2017, Angelina County Constable, Ray Anthony spotted a suspicious person approaching his mother's house. Constable Anthony approached the young man (Christian Marquise Mitchell, 19, of Lake Charles, Louisiana). When Anthony spoke to Mitchell, Mitchell opted to jump in his car and flee. Anthony gave chase and was soon joined by Diboll Police. Mitchell turned south onto US-59 as the chase headed toward Polk County. At times the chase exceeded 115 miles per hour (in these rainy slick conditions). As the chase continued to Corrigan, Officer Terry Valka with Corrigan Police Department successfully spiked Mitchell's tires. Officer Valka and Steven Dickens (also with Corrigan PD) joined in the pursuit. Mitchell still continued to flee at over 100 miles per hour. The chase continued into Moscow where Mitchell lost control of his vehicle. Mitchell's vehicle left the pavement to the left, went into the soggy median and rolled multiple times. His vehicle came to rest upright on the north-bound side of 59. Valka apprehended Mitchell. An ambulance was dispatched to the scene and transported Mitchell to CHI Livingston Memorial Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Christian Mitchell is facing felony evasion charges. His vehicle was recovered by Clifton Chevrolet and will be stored in Corrigan.
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Mitchell fled police in this 1991 Ford Fusion.
Officer Terry Valka with Corrigan PD spiked Mitchell's tires in Corrigan.
Mitchell lost control of his vehicle and rolled it multiple times. It came to rest upright on the north-bound side of 59 in Moscow.
Mitchell's vehicle was recovered by Clifton Chevrolet out of Corrigan.
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