Michigan driver tears through corn field, crashes into drainage ditch during 100 mph chase, police say
A Michigan driver reached speeds of nearly 120 mph and cut through a corn field during a police chase that ended when he crashed into a water-filled drainage ditch and jumped into a pond, officials said.
Vehicle reaches 120 MPH, drives through Lapeer County cornfield in attempt to evade police
LAPEER COUNTY, MI -- Two men were arrested over the weekend in rural Lapeer County after police say the vehicle they were in reached speeds of up to 120 miles per hour while fleeing law enforcement, driving through a cornfield, and then attempting to escape on foot after landing in a ditch. Officers with the Lapeer Police Department, Michigan State Police troopers, and Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the area to locate the vehicle. The vehicle then turned onto Summers Road in Attica Township, which ends at Burnside Road in North Branch Township. The driver, 20-year-old Bryan Sorby of North Branch, continued on foot and later entered a pond. Sorby and Kreiner were both lodged in the Lapeer County Jail.mlive.com