(Developing story, watch for updates)
UPDATE: 10:00 p.m. – An arrest report by Missouri Highway Patrol was dated 3:16 p.m. Thursday, November 19 2015 and details the arrest of Joshua Bingham for preliminary charges.
Charges from the arrest in Ray County include a felony-possession of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute, a felony-resisting arrest by fleeing, a felony-probation violation warrant, a felony-warrant out of Clay County, a misdemeanor-warrant out of Clay County, a misdemeanor-warrant out of Excelsior Springs, a misdemeanor-warrant from Orrick Police Department, a misdemeanor-warrant from Independence Police Department.
Bingham is being held at the Ray County Jail overnight for a 24-hour period as formal charges are filed.
UPDATE: 1:45 p.m.– Sgt. Lowe has been in contact with KMZU regarding details of the police pursuit is Caldwell County.
The MSHP Sergeant reports the incident began around 12:30 p.m. when a trooper initialized emergency lights in an attempted to stop the vehicle which had been involved in a pursuit earlier in the day with Clay County deputies.
Approximately one hour later the suspect crashed just west of Cowgill. At that time the passenger in the vehicle surrendered to law enforcement officials while the driver took off on foot.
The driver has been identified as Kansas City, Missouri, resident Joshua Bingham, 38.
The passenger in the vehicle has not been identified.
We will again update this story as official arrested reports are filed. Click refresh for the newest updates.
Sgt. Lowe with the Missouri State Highway Patrol has confirmed the incident and stated both subject have been apprehended.
According to the listener, the chase on Missouri 116 started somewhere east of Polo and ended when the driver of the fleeing vehicle crashed just west of Cowgill. A that time one suspect surrender while another man jumped from the vehicle and began running, started a foot chase with officers.
No information has been released regarding how the incident began or identification of the suspects.
Sgt. Lowe reported no injuries in the incident and stated he would be releasing more information as his troopers were able to provide details.
KMZU will continue to monitor the situation and bring you more information as soon as they are released.