Individuals identified in high-speed pursuit that ended in Livingston County on Tuesday

High Speed Pursuit

The names have been released of the two individuals arrested Tuesday morning following a vehicle pursuit in Carroll and Livingston counties.

Highway Patrol Trooper Aaron Ferguson of Troop A reports the Patrol apprehended driver 30-year-old John Haun of Kansas City and passenger 27-year-old Devon Davis of Carrollton.

Online court information shows Huan was charged in Livingston County with felony resisting arrest, detention, or stop by fleeing creating a substantial risk of serious injury or death to any person. He also had felony warrants for probation violation in Daviess and Bates counties.

Davis was charged in Livingston County with misdemeanor resisting arrest, detention, or stop. He also had a misdemeanor Chillicothe Police warrant.  Both were transported to the Ray County Jail.

Trooper Ferguson reports the pursuit, with speeds around 100 miles per hour, started on northbound Highway 65 near Route WW near Tina and continued on Route J in Hale and other roads through Hale. It ended on northbound Highway 139 just into Livingston County when the suspect vehicle crashed into an embankment at the intersection of Highway 139 and Route H. Ferguson Haun and Davis both fled on foot after the crash.

Haun was apprehended fairly soon after, but a manhunt lasting around two hours ensued to find Davis.

Ferguson adds that the search for Davis involved a canine and a helicopter.