Cincinnati Police were involved in a high-speed Pursuit on August 10th. the chase LED them into North Kentucky and ended in a crash which killed two people and injured two more. Cincinnati Police have not released the names of both the driver and the passenger involved in the chase.
The driver was 28-year-old Mason Meyer, a Cincinnati resident. Meyer has past issues with the law. in fact, it was on Monday, August 10th, the same day as the pursuit, that he failed to appear for a court appearance. The court appearance was scheduled as part of a probation violation charge and involved a $50,000 bond. The judge had issued a bench warrant on July 6th for failing to report to probation in both May and June. Meyer was also in trouble for not completing a required outpatient treatment program. The outpatient treatment program was required as part of the Hamilton County Adult Probation Department agreement.
One of the passengers involved in the pursuit was 22 year old Kirsten Johnson. Johnson is currently held at the county jail in place of a $1000000 bond. She was arrested with charges for complicity to fleeing, evading police, and possession of methamphetamine.
The person initiated when Cincinnati Police attempted to stop a vehicle with one driver and two passengers a subject of an active felony investigation. The vehicle refused to stop, LED police on a chase through Cincinnati, and eventually ending up in Northern Kentucky. The driver of the suspect vehicle then lost control near Fifth street and Monmouth street.
After losing control of the vehicle the suspect for citizens. Two were the determined dead at the crash scene, and two were taken for medical treatment for non-life-threatening injuries. The four were in an outdoor dining area.
The third occupant of the vehicle was not charged. If you're involved in a wreck, contact our Cincinnati car accident attorneys right away.