Driver taken into custody after leading police on high-speed chase

Posted at 6:58 AM, May 08, 2016

OTTAWA COUNTY, Mich.— Police in Holland took a driver into custody after being led on a high-speed chase.

Ottawa County dispatchers tell FOX 17 it started early Sunday morning when police tried to pull their suspect over at US-31 and Ferris Street in Grand Haven Township.

But the driver didn’t stop, instead they led police on a chase to the area of Lincoln Ave. and 24th St. in Holland where police pulled their suspect over and took them into custody.

No one was hurt in the incident.