Police release name of man who crashed car into house

The suspect in police custody.
The suspect in police custody.

UNION TOWNSHIP, CLERMONT COUNTY, OH (FOX19) – - Authorities arrested a Covington man Thursday morning after he lead police on a chase from Campbell County to Union Township and crashed a vehicle into a house.

Odis H. Arnold, 31, was charged with receiving stolen property under $10,000, fleeing and evading police, two counts of wanton endangerment and driving while suspended.

Dayton (Ky.) Police at 5:35 a.m. responded to the 1000 block of Sixth Avenue for a stolen vehicle. Campbell County Police saw the vehicle on Industrial Road turning right onto U.S. 27.

Arnold continued east on Interstate 275 at a high rate of speed and threw objects from the vehicle in an attempt to stop pursuing officers, police said.

Arnold exited the interstate. He drove north on Beechmont Avenue and then turned right onto Mount Carmel-Tobasco Road in Union Township. Arnold lost control, drove through a yard and crashed into a house in the 4300 block of Mount Carmel-Tobasco Road.

Arnold climbed out of the vehicle's passenger window and entered the house. He jumped out of a bedroom window. A Pierce Township canine and Union Township Police tracked the suspect. He was taken to St. Elizabeth Fort Thomas for medical treatment and later lodged in the Campbell County Detention Center.

Multiple people were inside the home that's near Ross Lane when the car crashed. The car reportedly came to a stop 10 feet away from a man sleeping in a bed.

No one in the home was injured in the crash.

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