Suspect car crashes into field after pursuit

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Two suspects were taken to Eskenazi hospital after the stolen car they were fleeing from police in flipped over in a farm field near Five Points Road and Main Street in Greenwood Sunday morning.

It all started just after 11 a.m.. when an Indiana State Police trooper tried to stop a suspected stolen car on I 70 near Shadeland Avenue. As troopers approached the car the driver sped off I 70 to southbound on Shadeland Avenue. 

Indiana State Police started to chase the car and IMPD officers assisted in the pursuit. The stolen car traveled down the east side of the city where police made several attempts to use stop sticks and pit maneuvers to stop the car.  The pursuit lasted 19 minutes and reached a top speed of 100 mph.

The vehicle finally went into a field where it struck a rock culvert that caused it to flip over, ejecting the driver, 25-year-old, Adam Omran and injuring the passenger 25-year-old Nicholas Marker. Both had minor injuries and were transported to Eskenazi Hospital for treatment. Orman has an outstanding warrant in Hamilton and faces additional charges related to the chase.  Marker is wanted on warrants out of Marion County for escape and battery. 

No officers were injured and no other cars were damaged during the chase.