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Sharon Road chase suspects appear in court

Dominic Dickens and William Dickens (Provided by the Hamilton County jail) Dominic Dickens and William Dickens (Provided by the Hamilton County jail)
William Dickens (Provided by the Hamilton County jail) William Dickens (Provided by the Hamilton County jail)
Dominic Dickens (Provided by the Hamilton County jail) Dominic Dickens (Provided by the Hamilton County jail)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Two suspects appeared in court Tuesday on charges connected with a high-speed chase that ended in a violent crash in a quiet Glendale neighborhood Monday.
 
Bond was set at $70,000 for the alleged driver, William Dickens, 24.

He faces a charge for failing to comply with an order or signal of a police officer.

He also faces six counts of receiving stolen property after police say they found stolen mail in the car. 

Dominic Dickens, 19, identified by police as the passenger, faces stolen property charges. His bond was set at $60,000.
 
A Sharonville police officer saw he two men outside a closed business just before 4 a.m. Monday, police wrote in an affidavit filed in Hamilton County Municipal Court.

The men got in a car and sped off initiating the chase, records show.

Reaching speed upwards of 100 miles per hour. the chase came to a stop in neighboring Glendale, where the car smashed into a utility pole on Sharon Road.

The suspects were taken to West Chester Hospital with minor injuries.  Both were treated, released and booked into the Hamilton County jail.

Inside the crashed car, police say they found many pieces of mail from businesses throughout Ohio, six of those in Cincinnati.

William Dickens had a previous felony forgery warrant for stealing mail and forging checks in 2015.

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