ANGOLA – Charges were filed against an Angola man who led authorities from seven different agencies on a two-state pursuit that started in Steuben County, and ended in Branch County.
Orland Police attempted to pull over an individual Tuesday evening for having the wrong license plate on a vehicle. Jammi Broughton of Angola, fled authorities.
A search in a wooded area near Cemetery and Cranson Roads in Branch County resulted in the arrest of Broughton who had an outstanding warrant issued from Hillsdale County. He was taken to the Hillsdale County jail Tuesday night.
The Steuben County Prosecutor's office charged Broughton with Resisting Law Enforcement by Use of a Vehicle, a Level 6 felony in Steuben County.
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