Masters was taken into custody, as well as one of two passengers.
Neither Masters nor the passengers needed to be taken to the hospital for treatment.
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According to the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation & Correction, Masters was released from custody two weeks ago, on Feb. 28, following his February 2017 conviction in Clark County for violating a protection order and failure to comply with a police order.
Clark County Jail records show that Masters was booked on suspicion of fleeing and eluding; improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle; having weapons under disability; carrying concealed weapons; receiving stolen property; and traffic violations of failure to control vehicle, no operator’s license and driving under suspension.
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