An early Saturday morning burglary and high speed chase left the Vigo County Sheriff's Department searching for a male suspect.
Officials responded to Bogey's Family Fun Center at 4:30 a.m. Saturday in regards to the alarm being set off.
When they arrived on the scene, officials report that a silver minivan was speeding out of the parking lot onto Union Road. Officials pursued the vehicle south on State Road 63 at excess speeds of 95 mph.
Just south of Farmers Drive, the driver of the van lost control of the vehicle, struck a telephone pole, and rolled several times before coming to a stop. The suspect then fled on foot.
Officials were able to determine the vehicle used in the burglary, pursuit, and crash had been in the control of Kyle Layman, 27 of Terre Haute.
The Terre Haute Police Department sent out a K-9 Unit and later processed the scene at Bogey's to confirm a burglary occurred.
At 3 p.m. Saturday, off-duty Vigo County Officers drove by the scene of the crash to examine the damage when a male covered in blood came out of the cornfield and approached them.
After identifying himself, officers took Layman into custody without incident.
As a medical precaution, he was transported to the emergency room for an x-ray. The x-rays revealed Layman sustained a neck fracture from the crash and he is to be transported to Indianapolis by officials for treatment.
When released, Layman will return to the Vigo County Jail and will face possible charges of burglary, fleeing police and leaving the scene of a personal injury accident
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