ATV driver confesses to leading troopers on chase on I-480

CLEVELAND-- The Ohio State Highway Patrol arrested the man it says fled from troopers on an all-terrain vehicle on Interstate 480.

Albert G. Kelley, 30, of Cleveland, was charged with failure to comply and operating an ATV on a public highway. His arraignment is scheduled for April 3 in Cleveland Municipal Court.

A trooper attempted to stop Kelley, who was driving a Kawasaki ATV in the westbound lanes of I-480 on March 20, according to the patrol. He led troopers on a short chase, driving on the shoulder and passing other vehicles, before exiting the highway at West 150th Street

The patrol said it terminated the pursuit as Kelley neared Robinson Jones Elementary School.

Troopers were able to identify Kelley thanks to tips generated by the dash camera video.

He turned himself in to troopers on Wednesday and confessed to his involvement, according to the state patrol.

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