A high-speed pursuit that began in north-central Kansas ended with the arrest of a Kansas man in southeast Nebraska.
Jefferson County Sheriff Nels Sorensen reports that 37-year-old Justin Sutterlin of Marysville, Kansas was arrested in Fairbury after fleeing several agencies in Kansas at speeds topping 100 miles-per-hour.
Sorensen says the county communications center received an emergency call in the early morning hours from neighboring Thayer County about the pursuit of a car.
Kansas authorities sought Sutterlin on suspicion that he robbed a convenience store.
The chase started in Mitchell County, Kansas. Spike strips stopped the car at the south edge of Fairbury.
Sutterlin fled on foot, but was captured. A deputy used a Taser gun in the arrest.
Sutterlin is charged with flight to avoid arrest, willful reckless driving, resisting arrest, and being a fugitive from justice. The investigation continues.