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Police: Domestic assault call led to crash into Columbia creek

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)

A chase that led to a crash into a Columbia creek started with a Tuesday morning domestic assault call, police said Tuesday afternoon.

Columbia Police detained two people after a crash on the 2700 block of Forum Blvd.

Tuesday morning before 9, Columbia Police responded to a report of a domestic assault that occurred in the parking lot of the Columbia Mall. Police searched the area but said they could not find the car.

Just before 2 p.m., officers responded to a trespassing call at Break Time, 4105 W. Vawter School Rd. Officers report the two people reported for trespassing matched the description of the two people at the mall this morning.

Officers located the suspect vehicle near the 500 block of East Nifong and attempted to conduct a traffic stop, but the vehicle fled. Officers then located the suspect vehicle traveling north on Forum Boulevard and tried to initiate a traffic stop. The vehicle fled again, and officers pursued. Shortly after the suspect vehicle fled, it crashed under the bridge on Forum Boulevard near Wilson’s Fitness Center and subsequently went into a nearby creek.

At this time, both people detained were taken to a local emergency room for further evaluation.

Officials report one person is known to have an outstanding warrant. No additional charges have been made at this time.

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Karl Wehmhoener

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