A 34-year-old man from Chicago is under arrest after robbing a jewelry store and leading Lebanon, Indiana, police on a high-speed chase Saturday evening.
According to the Lebanon Police Department, shortly before 5:30 p.m. Nov. 11, dispatchers received a 911 call from a Kay Jewelers. The caller said a man had stolen an undetermined amount of jewelry and fled southbound on State Road 39.
Shortly after the call was made, a Boone County sheriff's deputy saw the vehicle fleeing and tried to pull the driver over.
When the car did not stop for police, Lebanon police officers joined the pursuit as the suspect then fled northbound on Interstate 65, WTHR reports.
According to officers, during the pursuit, the suspect began sticking his hand out the window, motioning to officers.
After the pursuit ended, police asked the suspect why he was motioning to officers, the suspect was quoted as saying, "I was trying to tell you you're not supposed to pursue me."