Syracuse, Kan (WesternKansasNews.Com) – The Hamilton county sheriffs office says three individuals are in custody after a police pursuit late Wednesday morning.
According to scanner feeds, at 10:24 am a white Chevrolet Silverado pickup with a stolen Colorado tag was located at the Syracuse Food Center. The driver who was identified as Dylan Wayne Schneider, 27, Scott City sped out of the parking lot after seeing a patrol vehicle, sideswiping a Fed Ex Truck. The pickup was located west of town on U50 Hwy and pursued South on K27 into rural Hamilton County for quite some time.
Spike strips were deployed at River Road and K27. The vehicle continued into town on main street and then eventually went east on U50 Hwy.
Stolen items were being tossed out of the vehicle during the pursuit. Spike Strips were deployed on U50 east of Kendall by the Kearny County Sheriff’s Office and the Kansas Highway Patrol. The vehicle continued North into rural Kearny County where it became disabled. Schneider, Tia Marie Solze, and Cheyenne Rushell McGahan were also taken into custody.
Schneider and Solze both had several outstanding felony warrants. The vehicle was stolen out of Colby Kansas.