July 26, 2021

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Suspect rams deputy’s vehicle, starts pursuit

The suspect vehicle backed into an Adams County deputy’s vehicle in the 5500 block of Federal Boulevard, starting a pursuit.

ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — A suspect rammed an Adams County (ACSO) deputy’s vehicle, starting a pursuit Wednesday morning.

ACSO deputies located a wanted vehicle, a white Mitsubishi sedan, in the 5500 block of Federal Boulevard, according to Sgt. Adam Sherman with ACSO.

Sherman said once deputies pulled behind the suspect vehicle, the driver put the car in reverse and hit the deputy’s vehicle before driving away.

A pursuit started between the suspect and deputies, Sherman said. The suspect vehicle hit a stop sign near West 49th Avenue and Meade Street, according to ACSO.

The pursuit was called off once the suspect got onto Interstate 70 going the wrong way, Sherman said.

No injuries were reported in the incident and the suspect vehicle has not been located, according to Sherman.

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