Wednesday pursuit leads to multiple arrests

Decatur County, IN — On Wednesday, January 26th, at approximately 10:34 p.m.,  Decatur County Sheriff’s Sergeant Rob Goodfellow was working overtime on Operation  Pullover, Seat Belt Enforcement Detail. 

Sergeant Goodfellow observed a vehicle registering 77 mph in a 55-mph zone on Indiana  State Road 3 at County Road 450 West. Sergeant Goodfellow initiated a traffic stop on  the vehicle. After initial contact with the driver, Sergeant Goodfellow asked the driver  for his driver’s license, at which time the driver fled the traffic stop, headed towards the  Columbus area. 

The vehicle continued to flee law enforcement, entering Bartholomew County, and traveling through the Hope area. With the assistance of the Bartholomew County Sheriff’s  Office, the Columbus Police Department, and the Greensburg Police Department, tire  deflation devices were placed in the area of State Road 7 and US 31. The fleeing vehicle  crossed over the tire deflation devices and the vehicle came to a stop shortly thereafter. 

The driver, later identified as Say Moo of St. Paul, MN, was arrested on allegations involving fleeing law  enforcement, a level 6 felony, possession of a legend drug, a level 6 felony, possession of  methamphetamine, a level 6 felony and reckless driving, a class b misdemeanor. Say  Moo was also wanted on two warrants in two different states. The passenger, Thay Moo  was also arrested on allegations involving possession of methamphetamine, a level 6 felony and possession of  a legend drug, a level 6 felony.  

Both the driver and the passenger were transported to the Decatur County Detention  Center. As in all criminal cases, all suspects are innocent until proven guilty.  

Sheriff David Durant would like to thank Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office,  Columbus Police Department, Greensburg Police Department and Decatur County  Communications for their assistance during this pursuit.

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