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Blue Ash police arrest three people after two vehicle pursuits

Cedric Lynch (left), Jennifer Sartin (center), Kenton Chance (right) were arrested by Blue Ash Police (Photo: Blue Ash Police) Cedric Lynch (left), Jennifer Sartin (center), Kenton Chance (right) were arrested by Blue Ash Police (Photo: Blue Ash Police)
BLUE ASH, OH (FOX19) -

Blue Ash police officers arrested three people after two vehicle pursuits Friday afternoon.

According to police, Blue Ash police officers responded to the Huntington Bank in the 4400 block of Lake Forest Drive to assist agents with the Southwest Ohio Bulk Currency Smuggling Task Force, who had been conducting surveillance of three people in two vehicles.

Police say that those people were suspected of being involved in criminal activity. 

Officers attempted to stop one vehicle on Creek Road near McKinley Road.  The driver failed to comply and fled eastbound on Creek Road at a high rate of speed, according to a release.  

Officers say they located their abandoned vehicle in a yard on Deerfield Road in Montgomery.

Police arrested Cedric Bernard Lynch, 29, of Orlando, Fla., and Kenton Marcelle Chance, 30, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., a few minutes later on Adventure Lane.

According to officials, during the first pursuit, an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper attempted to stop a second vehicle on Reed Hartman Highway near Lake Forest Drive.  The driver also failed to comply, fleeing southbound on Reed Hartman Highway and then westbound on Cooper Road.

The vehicle was stopped on Twilight Drive in Evendale and the driver, Jennifer Sartin, 28, of Hilliard, Ohio was arrested, authorities said. 

Officials charged Lynch and Sartin with failure to comply with the lawful order or signal of a police officer and Chance with obstructing official business.

Police say the investigation is continuing.  

Anyone who recognizes the suspects or who has information regarding their illegal activities are asked to contact Blue Ash Police at 513-745-8555.

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