Man hits mailboxes, curb while fleeing from police
26-year-old faces multiple charges in connection with Monday incident
DEFOREST, Wis. — A 26-year-old was eventually taken into custody in connection with an alleged domestic violence incident after he fled from police Monday, according to a news release.
DeForest police were dispatched to the 600 block of Constitution Lane for reports of a domestic violence disturbance in progress around 5:10 p.m., officials said.
When police got to the scene, Nicholas Hogan, 26, got into a vehicle, disobeyed officers’ orders to stop, and fled from the scene in the vehicle, according to the release.
As Hogan was leaving the scene, he hit several mailboxes and a curb, police said.
Officers pursued the vehicle a short distance before Hogan pulled over and was taken into custody, according to the release.
Hogan faces tentative charges of felony fleeing an officer, domestic disorderly conduct, three counts of felony bail jumping, first-offense operating while intoxicated, hit-and-run to property, reckless driving, operating after suspension, operating left of center and two counts of failure to stop at a stop sign.