High Speed Pursuit Leads to Manchester Man’s Arrest

19-year-old Corbin D. Kell of Manchester was arrested and placed in the Franklin County Jail on $35,000 bond following early Sunday morning high-speed chase by police that ended with the vehicle crashing in Winchester.
Kell also had a 1-year-old child in the vehicle along with five other adults.
The man is charged with aggravated child abuse or neglect, evading and resisting arrest, speeding 25 miles over the speed limit, failure to maintain financial responsibility, failure to maintain and exercise due care, child restraint violation, traffic control device violation, reckless endangerment, assault and reckless driving.
Winchester police reports say that the incident occurred about 4 a.m. Sunday when officers responded to an active pursuit call.
The vehicle was clocked at 89-mph in a 45-mph zone when it hit a curb and went airborne, colliding with a pole and going through a metal fence before it came to a rest.
The child was transported to a hospital emergency room to be treated for possible injuries. No information was released concerning the health of others.