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Fishers Police Arrest Two Burglary Suspects

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
 
November 26, 2016
 
 
Fishers, (Indiana) – Fishers police officers arrested two burglary suspects during the overnight hours.
 
Shortly after 3:00am Fishers police officers responded to a business alarm at Coast to Coast Motors located at 9200 E. 131st Street (131st Street and State Road 37). Upon their arrival officers observed a man inside the building. The male suspect ran from the business and got into a black Dodge truck occupied by a female suspect. Both suspects fled the scene and officers pursued them.
 
The pursuit ended, a short time later, on the 56th Street exit ramp from I465 South. The suspects stopped the Dodge and surrendered without incident. Both of the suspects were transported to the Hamilton County Jail. No one was injured during this incident. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and the Indiana State Police both assisted in the pursuit and apprehension.
 
Anyone with information regarding this incident or these suspects is asked to contact the Fishers Police Department at 317-595-3300.
 
 
 
 Arrested #1 -            Myles K. McMahan
                                    22 years old
                                    Greenfield, Indiana
 
Charge(s) -               Burglary - Level 5 Felony
                                    Resisting Law Enforcement - Level 6 Felony
                                    Resisting Law Enforcement - A Misdemeanor
                                    Theft - A Misdemeanor
 
Held -                         Hamilton County Jail
 
 

 
Arrested #2 -            Terryn A. Crittenden
                                    18 years old
                                    Indianapolis, Indiana
 
Charge(s) -               Burglary - Level 5 Felony
                                    Resisting Law Enforcement - Level 6 Felony
                                    Theft - A Misdemeanor
 
Held -                         Hamilton County Jail
 
A charge is merely an accusation and the arrested person(s) is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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