Police Chase Suspect Found in Camper, Arrested

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GRAFTON TOWNSHIP, OH — The aggravated robbery suspect who led several police agencies on a chase Friday night has been arrested in Grafton.

According to Cleveland police, officers Friday night responded to the area of West 32nd Street and Lorain Avenue for Angel David Santana Maisonet, 44, who was wanted for aggravated robbery.

Upon arrival, officers found the suspect’s car. When they attempted to stop the vehicle, Maisonet took off.

Cleveland police were joined by other agencies, including the Ohio State Highway Patrol, as the pursuit left Cleveland.

North Ridgeville police and Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers were successful in deflating the tires on Maisonet’s vehicle, but he was able to escape at a slow rate of speed.

The suspect’s car came to a stop at the intersection of Route 57 and Route 83 in Grafton Township before the suspect fled on foot to a wooded area.

Authorities and canines from multiple agencies searched the area, but Maisonet was not located.

Maisonet was  finally found Saturday morning after a resident on Crook Street reported that his barn had been broken into.

Police found Maisonet inside a camper on the property, and he was arrested.

Police say he’ll be transported to Cleveland to face charges in the case.

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