High-speed chase through Berthoud ends in arrests
By Amber McIver-Traywick
Two suspects were arrested after a high-speed pursuit that began in southeast Loveland late Tuesday night, continued through Berthoud and ended just inside Boulder County.
According to Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer David Moore, just before midnight on Tuesday, April 22 a Larimer County Sheriff’s Office deputy spotted a vehicle traveling in excess of 120 mph near South Lincoln Avenue and 42nd Street SE in Loveland. The vehicle did not stop at which time deputies pursued the vehicle as it continued heading southwest primarily on county roads.
The pursuit continued down CR 23 in Berthoud. Deputies successfully deployed spike strips causing the vehicle to drive into a ditch just after passing into Boulder County.
Charles Raymond Shadden, 20, the driver of the vehicle was arrested on 11 counts including two counts of attempted 2nd-degree assault, 2 counts of felony menacing, aggravated motor vehicle theft, DUI/DWAI-Alcohol or drugs, vehicular eluding and parole revocation.
Jason Jay Bush, 41, was arrested for violation of bail bond conditions, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The charges are merely an accusation and the defendants are presumed innocent until, and unless, proven guilty.
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