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Fugitive located, arrested after fleeing from Crittenden motorcycle pursuit one week ago

Fugitive located, arrested after fleeing from Crittenden motorcycle pursuit one week ago
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By West Kentucky Star staff
Dec. 09, 2023 | MARION
By West Kentucky Star staff Dec. 09, 2023 | 05:53 AM | MARION
The Crittenden County Sheriff's office said on Friday that they located and arrested a fugitive who had been missing for a week since he fled after a multi-county motorcycle pursuit.

The post said that Mitchell Peek was arrested Friday and served a total of four warrants from Crittenden County and Lyon County. The arrest was made after a joint effort between The Crittenden County Sheriff's Office, Marion Police Department, and Kentucky State Police.

Peek fled on a motorcycle from officers in Crittenden County on Dec. 1. Peek continued into Livingston County, where he lost control of the motorcycle, then fled on foot and was not apprehended.

Peek was lodged in the Crittenden County Jail. 


ORIGINAL STORY:

The Crittenden County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a man who has fled from police in multiple counties.

Mitchell Peek fled on a motorcycle from officers in Crittenden County on Friday. Peek continued into Livingston County, where he lost control of the motorcycle, then fled on foot and was not apprehended.

Peek is a white male, 6 feet tall with reddish brown hair. Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact Marion Dispatch at 270-965-3500 or the Sheriff’s Office at 270-965-3400.
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