Vehicle allegedly leads deputies on brief pursuit, arrested on multiple charges in Plymouth

PLYMOUTH, Ind, -- Officials attempted to initiate a traffic stop on Saturday around 2:15 a.m. after witnessing a black 2012 Ford F150 run a red light at the intersection of Michigan Street and Jefferson Street, according to the Marshall County Sheriff's Department.

The vehicle allegedly continued west on Jefferson Street, disregarded another red traffic light at Center Street, and refused to stop after further attempts from officers to pull the vehicle over.

The driver then fled officers for a few blocks before pulling over to the side of the roadway on West Garro Street, south of West Washington Street, according to the department.

The driver, identified as Edgar D. Trevino, allegedly refused to cooperate and would not open the door of his vehicle.

Officers then safely gained entry to the vehicle and took Trevino into custody.

Investigations showed that Trevino's blood alcohol level was more than two times the legal alcohol limit, according to deputies.

Trevino has been booked and charged with resisting law enforcement with a vehicle, operating a vehicle with a BAC of .15 or more, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, endangerment and reckless driving.

He was given a cash bond of $1,500, has posted bond and has been released from the county jail.

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