DAYTON — One man is facing charges after leading troopers on a high-speed chase Sunday.
At 4:26 a.m., an Ohio State Highway Patrol tried to stop a Mazada after it was clocked, going over 100 mph. The driver did not stop when the troopers tried to pull them over; an Ohio State Patrol spokesperson told News Center 7.
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Calviontay D. Ivory, 20, Dayton, led troopers on a chase from 1-75 northbound near Turtlecreek Township in Warren County. He led troopers roughly 27 miles and crashed while trying to exit the highway at Edwin C Moses Boulevard.
Ivory and another passenger were transported by emergency medical services to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. A third passenger was not injured and was treated on the scene.
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Troopers later learned the car was reported stolen from Kettering. Ivory faces felony charges of fleeing/eluding, receiving stolen property, and aggravated vehicular assault. He is also facing additional charges for operating a vehicle without a valid driver’s license, OVI, and fictitious plates, an Ohio State Patrol spokesperson said.
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