Police pursuit of burglary suspect ends with St. Paul, Kan. man arrested, Sheriff says pickup was stolen out of Frontenac

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After a 30-minute pursuit the suspect was arrested, Seth Michael Emert, 29

CRAWFORD COUNTY, Kan. – Sheriff Danny Smith releases details regarding a Tuesday morning pursuit where a suspect is now in custody.

It began Tuesday morning as a reported Burglary in Progress in McCune, Kansas, in the extreme southwest part of the county. A responding Crawford County Deputy located the vehicle and a pursuit ensued.

The suspect vehicle, white pickup, also returned stolen out of Frontenac.

During the 30-minute pursuit assisting agencies joined including Cherokee County Sheriff’s Deputies and the Kansas Highway Patrol. The pursuit ended south of US-400 Hwy at 70th and NW Coal Valley Road as the pickup crashed out in a field.

Sheriff Smith’s release of information states the suspect was arrested and now identified as Seth Michael Emert, 29, of St. Paul.

PURSUIT ENDED IN CHEROKEE COUNTY, JUST SOUTH OF US-400 AT 70TH AND NW COAL VALLEY ROAD.

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