CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Cincinnati police were involved in a chase with a semi-truck Wednesday night through the Tri-State that went through all three states.
Police say officers initially attempted to stop the semi driven by Tony Henson, 45, within city limits but Henson refused to pull over and tried to ram officers multiple times before fleeing south onto Interstate 471.
Officers pursued Henson into Kentucky where they say several Kentucky police units joined the chase.
Police say they deployed tire deflation devices on I-471 and I-275 when Henson continued on his path. The devices caused the front tires of the semi to deflate and fall off the rim of the vehicle.
Henson finally came to a stop and surrendered to police around 10:45 p.m. after crossing the Carroll Cropper Bridge entering Dearborn County, Indiana, police say.
Police arrested Henson and took him to the Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center.
He is charged with resisting arrest in Indiana and police say he will also likely face criminal charges in Kentucky and Ohio as well.
The Dearborn County Sheriff’s Office, Cincinnati police, Boone County Sheriff’s Department, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport police, Greendale police, Lawrenceburg police and the Greendale Fire Department were all involved in the pursuit.