INDIANAPOLIS--A police pursuit ended early Tuesday when the man fleeing cops hit a house. Indianapolis Metro Police arrested Cody Goode, who was already wanted by police.
Officer Simone Burris said Goody was in a stolen Ford F-150 when he was spotted about 12:30, at Raymond and East streets, on the south side of Indy. When the cops tried to move in, they say he hit the gas, ramming a police car and eventually hitting the porch of a house on Pennsylvania St.
Police say another patrol car was damaged on railroad tracks during the pursuit.
Goode was arrested on six active warrants, including vehicle theft, and faces other charged related to the pursuit and crash.
Court documents say Goode apologized profusely after being stopped by the porch.
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