8/29/22 Editor’s note: The initial traffic stop was in Cleveland. Troopers did not pursue, according to OSHP.

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – The Ohio State Highway Patrol announced Saturday that it had a man in custody for a deadly crash in Cleveland.

According to OSHP, troopers initiated a traffic stop on a stolen BMW in Cleveland at Clark Ave. near W. 46th St. on Friday, Aug. 26. The passenger was taken into custody. The driver took off, according to a press release.

The driver of the BMW hit another car after running stop signs at the intersection of Trowbridge Ave. and West. 41st St. in Cleveland, police said. The impact sent the other car through a yard and into a home.

Troopers found the driver unconscious. They began life-saving efforts, according to OSHP. Annelise Endres, 28, of Cleveland, died at the hospital.

Troopers took the driver of the stolen BMW into custody. He’s been identified as Raymond Francis, 23, of Brook Park. Francis was treated for minor injuries.

He faces multiple charges, including aggravated vehicular assault. Additional charges are pending.