Man Leads Police on 110 MPH Chase
The following information was provided by the Twinsburg Police Department. An arrest does not mean a conviction.
A Parma man led Twinsburg police on a dangerous high-speed chase on Oct. 12, reaching speeds of 111 mph.
According to police, officers pulled over a car on East Aurora Road for weaving, eventually striking the curb by the McDonald's.
After talking to the driver, Frank Neumann, 24, of Parma, police thought he had been drinking, so they asked him to get out of his car for a field sobriety test.
Neuman refused, even locking the doors as the officer tried to open it.
Finally, after police unlocked the door, Neumann slammed it shut and sped off going west on I-480, according to the report.
Police said they paced his car at 111 mph at one point, as he was weaving in and out of traffic, even striking the side of the bridge over I-271.
Neumann continued speeding through the merge of Interstates 480 and 271. Police decided to stop the chase for safety reasons.
It didn't take long to find him, though.
On Oct. 13 officers saw his car driving near the Giant Eagle on Darrow Road, where he was pulled over and arrested.
Neumann was charged with failure to comply, obstructing official business and possession of criminal tools, all felonies.
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