After a high-speed chase with police, four people were caught in Sevier County. Tuesday, Utah Highway Patrol troopers saw a car going 110 miles per hour on I-70 near Richfield. The trooper tried to stop the vehicle, but it got off the highway at an exit.
The officer noted that “The car was moving all over the place and tapping on the brakes. After going under the motorway underpass, the car turned around and got back on the motorway going west. It did not plan to stop. At this time, a search was started, “according to an official police form.
The car then got back on the eastbound lanes after getting off the motorway again.
“Shortly after going east, the car turned around in the middle of the road and went back west. The car went to the I-15 interchange and then kept going south on I-15, reaching speeds of 120 mph, “it says in the affidavit.
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Outside of Beaver, troopers put spikes in the car’s tires, which made it stop. In the car, police found an open bottle of alcohol, marijuana, ecstasy pills, and “financial cards that didn’t belong to any of the occupants,” according to the affidavit.
Four people were arrested while police investigated several crimes, such as selling drugs and not stopping for police: Anthony Joseph Rivera is 26, Emmanuel Pena is 33, Alex Jonathan Otero is 33, Meghan Bridget Moore is 20.
The affidavit says that when the troopers talked to the four people in the car, they said they were “running from law enforcement in other states” and that they “continued to cover for each other during interviews.”