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Centralia Man Faces Multiple Charges Following Police Chase After Allegedly Trying to Run Car Off Road

February 3, 2017

A 41-year-old Centralia man has been arrested on multiple charges following a police chase from Salem to Sandoval.

Salem Police had initially tried to stop Quenton Bradley of South Brookside on South Broadway near the Paradise Cemetery after receiving a call that he was trying to run a car off the road. Bradley had gotten around the vehicle occupied by Alyssa Chapman and Ashley Anderson of Centralia and forced them to stop before police arrived.

Bradley allegedly failed to stop for Salem Police as they followed him north to Main Street and then west out of town to the railroad overpass at the east entrance to Odin. When Bradley was able to drive around stop sticks put out by Odin Police, Salem terminated the pursuit.

However, sheriff’s deputies continued to follow Bradley. After he turned north onto U.S. 51 at Sandoval, three sheriff’s department units and Sandoval Police were able to force him off the road into a ditch. Bradley was then taken into custody without further incident. Salem Police say speeds in the chase reached 70-miles per hour when Bradley left Salem.

Salem Police arrested Bradley for aggravated fleeing and eluding, intimidation and speeding. Police report one of the occupants of the car he was trying to run off the road was a victim of an earlier domestic battery.

Marion County Sheriff’s Deputies say Bradley will be charged with aggravated fleeing and eluding, disobeying a traffic control device, improper lane usage, and driving on a suspended license.

Bradley is also wanted on a Clinton County warrant for aggravated domestic battery, a Department of Corrections warrant, and a parole violation.

The incident began unfolding around 8:30 Thursday morning.

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