Warsaw man arrested after short police pursuit

WARSAW, Ind. -- A Warsaw man was caught with drugs after leading police on a short vehicle pursuit on Thursday.

Indiana State Police reported that they initiated a traffic stop around 1:47 p.m. on Thursday for a vehicle that had an improper license plate.

Police attempted to stop Randall Yeazel, 63, on US 31 but he allegedly failed to stop and led police on a one minute vehicle pursuit.

Yeazel eventually pulled into a residence in Fulton County and was arrested by the officers.

During a search of the car, officers reportedly found methamphetamine and a prescription narcotic.

Further inspection found that Yeazel was driving with a revoked license.

According to police, Yeazel is a habitual traffic violator.

Yeazel was taken to the Fulton County Jail and faces criminal charges for possession of methamphetamine, possession of a narcotic drug, resisting law enforcement with a vehicle, and driving after having being deemed a habitual traffic violator for life.

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