HUBER HEIGHTS — Huber Heights police have arrested two individuals after the two led police on a chase at speeds up to 95 miles per hour.
Nicholas Pizzo, 28, and Sierra Burnett, 24, were booked into the Montgomery County Jail last evening. Burnett is no longer listed as being in custody per the jail web site.
The chase began shortly after 6 p.m. when Huber Heights officers were dispatched to an area near Shalamar and Stonehurst Drives on the report of a make yelling at people and banging on doors.
When police arrived, they were informed that the man had left the area as a passenger in a truck.
That truck was spotted on I-70 west near Brandt Pike and a stop was attempted. The driver refused to stop and the chase continued into Vandalia, Dayton, Harrison Township, and Trotwood and involved police from Huber Heights, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, and the Ohio State Patrol.
The chase ended after about 30 minutes when officers were able to deploy stop sticks that flattened the vehicle’s tires. After the truck stopped in a back yard of a home near Hancock and Holyoke Avenues, Burnett, who was driving, was arrested immediately.
Pizzo took off on foot and was eventually found in a nearby house where he was arrested on an outstanding warrant out of Clark County.
An additional unidentified female was arrested at the scene for misconuct at an emergency and resisting arrest.
Huber Heights Police will consult with prosecutors to determine formal charges against Burnett and Pizzo.
Reach Darrell Wacker at 937-684-8983 or on Twitter @HH_Courier.