A 19-year-old Pleasant Gap man faces DUI and felony fleeing from police charges after an early Sunday morning pursuit in Centre County.
State police at Rockview said Drew Miller Kotzur led police on a high-speed pursuit that started at 2:02 a.m. on state Route 26 in Howard.
The 30-mile chase lasted until 2:21 a.m., when police were able to force Kotzurs vehicle off the road on Route 64 in Walker Township.
In addition to two felony counts of fleeing from police and misdemeanor charges of DUI and resisting arrest, he faces 92 summary traffic violations.
The pursuit started when Kotzur refused to pull over after a trooper attempted to make a traffic stop, police said.
It continued on sections of state routes 26, 550 and 64 and on Interstate 99, through parts of Marion, Spring, Benner and Walker townships and Bellefonte.
Troopers ended the chase at 2:21 a.m. by using a Pursuit Intervention Technique, also referred to as a PIT maneuver, which caused Kotzur to lose control of his vehicle.
Police said Kotzur was found to be DUI and driving with a suspended license.
He was arraigned before District Judge Carmine Prestia and placed in the Centre County Correctional Facility after he was unable to post $75,000 bail, according to court papers.
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