Two women are facing charges after they led police on a high-speed chase in a stolen car on Ronald Reagan Highway on Saturday evening.
Colerain police spokesman Jim Love says the women were arrested after they crashed into a car carrying three children and fled their vehicle.
The children and their mother were treated at the scene, Love said. The suspects were transported to UC Medical Center with unknown injuries.
Miyoshi Flowers, 25, is charged with obstructing official business, resisting arrest, theft, possessing criminal tools, receiving stolen property and failure to comply with the signal of an officer. She is being held in the Hamilton County Jail.
Ahkeela McCray, 26, is charged with possession criminal tools, theft and obstructing official business.
According to court documents, the two stole $371.68 of merchandise from Marshall's using a magnetic sensor remover, fled from police when officers tried to stop them, and fled the scene after crashing into the vehicle carrying the mother and her children.
Additionally, the car police say Flowers was driving during the chase was reported stolen on May 21.
Love said police responded to a call for a robbery at Marshall's and after activating their lights on the suspected vehicle, the suspects took off down Colerain Avenue.
The suspects swerved back and forth on Ronald Reagan in an attempt to evade police, Love said, before they crashed into the second vehicle on the Winton Road exit ramp.
After the crash, the women fled the vehicle and were arrested at a nearby restaurant.
They are expected to appear in court in 9 a.m. Monday.
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