CIRCLEVILLE, Ohio (WCMH) – Newly obtained records from Ohio’s Circleville Police Department shine a light on how it handled a K-9 bite that grabbed national headlines.
The July 4 incident unfolded when Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers chased a truck driver, Jadarrius Rose, who didn’t pull over for an inspection for a missing mud flap.
The chase stretched about 30 miles across three counties. It ended in Circleville, Ohio, after troopers used spikes to pop one of Rose’s tires. There, Circleville K-9 officer Ryan Speakman joined the response, releasing his dog as Rose was surrendering to troopers.
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