Four people plead to charges in Snider Road chase, crash

UPDATE @ 2:28

Quaymar Hill, 20, of Dayton, the alleged driver of the vehicle is being held in the Clark County Jail on a $10,000 bond for fleeing/eluding.

There were three others in the car with him when he allegedly fled from police and crashed into a tree on Snider Road.

27-year-old Ieshia Horton, of Montgomery, is being held on a $1,500 bond for an obstruction charge.

Sydney Wise, 23, of Springfield, also faces an obstruction charge but is being held on $2,500 bond.

A fourth person, 24-year-old Robert Stargell’s case was continued. Clark County Municipal Court Judge Denise Moody dismissed him from the courtroom for being disrespectful.

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

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Four people were taken into custody after a short pursuit that ended with the suspect's vehicle crashing into a tree on Snider Road in Clark County.

Credit: DaytonDailyNews


Four people will be in Clark County Municipal Court this morning for their alleged involvement in a Wednesday police chase.

Quaymar Hill is charged with fleeing/eluding officers and three others are charged with obstructing official business for allegedly fleeing the scene of an accident trying to avoid being arrested.

The incident started when Clark County Sheriff’s Office deputies said a man fled from a traffic stop.

Multiple people were taken into custody following a crash into a tree on Snider Road after a short pursuit, according to court documents.

FIRST REPORT: Multiple people in custody after car crashes into tree in Clark County

A court affidavit says the driver of vehicle, Hill, was taken into custody at the crash scene, but the others ran through a wooded area.

Four area K-9 units assisted in getting the other three suspects to come out of the woods, including Springfield, Fairborn, Huber Heights and Greene County.

“An announcement was made over a PA system, that if they didn’t come out with their hands up, they would send K9’s to find them,” the affidavit says, “Shortly after making this announcement, voices could be heard from they wooded area. They were yelling that they were coming out with their hands up.”

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