Sunday, March 11, 2007


Vermilion Police pulled over a car late Friday night after an Officer noticed the car had expired plates. During the stop the Officer obtained identification on all three subjects inside the vehicle, while running their information the Officer noticed the two passengers exited the car. When the Officer approached them to find out what they were doing they told him that the driver was acting stupid and they didn’t want to be a part of it. It was then that the vehicle took off. The Officer The chase hit speeds of up to 90 MPH and lasted under 12 minutes because the car the suspect was driving ran out of gas. When the Officer approached the vehicle he asked the driver, 18-year-old, William Blimka, why he would run, he told the Officer because he has warrants.

A search of Blimka’s court records shows that he has been arrested for such crimes as Driving Under Suspension, Receiving Stolen Property, Theft, Breaking and Entering, Identity Fraud, Misuse of a Credit Card, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Possession of Marijuana.

Blimka is being held without bond and is set to be in Vermilion Municipal Court Tuesday.


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