Walgreen robbery leads to chase, crash and arrest of three teens

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GREENFIELD, Ind. (October 3, 2015)–Three teens are in custody after robbing a Greenfield Walgreens and leading police on a chase that ended with a crash in an Indianapolis northeast side neighborhood.

Shortly after 9 a.m. Saturday, Greenfield police were called to a reported robbery of the Walgreens at 1195 North State Street.

Deputy Police Chief Derek Towle said a lone male implied he had a weapon and fled the business with narcotics.

Greenfield Police got a tip from a witness who spotted a black Chevy Impala that matched the description of the suspect’s vehicle.

Just as police were attempting to make a traffic stop, the suspects took off and headed north on State Road 9 to Interstate 70.

The vehicle headed west towards Indianapolis and then exited onto Post Road.

The pursuit covered several streets on the city’s east side.

Indianapolis Metro Police officers assisted Greenfield Police by placing stop sticks into the path of the suspect vehicle, damaging its tires.

As the vehicle headed into a neighborhood, the driver lost control and crashed into two parked vehicles in the 9600 block of East 39th Street.

The 19 year old driver was pinned in the crashed vehicle, while his 18 and 15-year-old passengers fled.

Police captured the two passengers who were hiding a short distance away.

The driver was identified as 19-year-old Kaiwon J. Clay.  Clay was taken to Eskenazi Hospital with minor injuries.

The 15 year-old back seat passenger had minor injuries and was also taken to Eskenazi Hospital.

The 18 year old front seat passenger was identified as Anthony K. Morris.

All three are from Indianapolis.

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