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Three arrested after police chase in stolen car

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Three people have been arrested after leading police on a chase Thursday night in a stolen car. 

Just before 11:30 p.m. officers saw a 2005 white Chevy Impala driving near Wilson Avenue and 6th Street SW without any license plates. 

Police tried to pull the car over but they say it wouldn't stop. 

25-year-old Andrew Simmons was allegedly behind the wheel driving 60 mph in a 30 mph zone blowing multiple stop signs and red lights. 

The car eventually made it's way past Kirkwood Community College and over to C Street SW.

On C Street officers put out stop sticks, successfully flattening the front left tire. 

Police say the car continued to drive making it's way near Newbo where it was driving slow enough they could determine there was a male driving, a female in the passenger seat and another male in the back seat. 

The car continued to drive, ending up on Mt. Vernon Road.

Officers put stop sticks on the street outside of the Mt. Vernon Road Hy-Vee successfully flattening the front right tire of the car. 

At this point the car slowed to 30 mph but still continued to drive. 

Police say Simmons eventually pulled over in the 5500 block of Mt. Vernon Road SE. 

Simmons was arrested and charged with 2nd Degree Theft for driving the car which was determined to be stolen out of Independence. He was also charged with Attempting to Elude, Drug Paraphernalia, Driving While License Revoked, Speeding (6 charges), Driving on the Wrong Side of a Two Way Highway (2 charges),  Failure to Yield Entering a Through Street and he faces 14 Charges for Failure to Obey Traffic Control Devices. 

Police also arrested the other two people in the car.

28-year-old Dustin Norton of Blairstown was arrested on a Warrant for Parole Violation.

23-year-old Kaitlynn-Ainesworth-Meyers was charged with Drug Paraphernalia for allegedly having a spoon and syringes. 

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