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3 arrested after high-speed chase in Huntsville

(Source: WAFF Staff) (Source: WAFF Staff)
From the left, Christopher Rogers and Robert Sandville (Source: Huntsville Police Department) From the left, Christopher Rogers and Robert Sandville (Source: Huntsville Police Department)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

A high-speed chase at midnight ended with three people in the Madison County Jail.

Huntsville police say they spotted a 2016 Chevrolet Impala that was reported stolen Patton Road and Bob Wallace Avenue. After a pursuit, they finally got the car to stop around Boswell Drive in north Huntsville.

Police say speeds hit well over 80 miles an hour at some points.

No one was hurt, and the suspect surrendered.

Two men and a 15-year-old were taken into custody.  Robert Sandville, 32 of Huntsville was charged with receiving a stolen vehicle and attempting to elude officers. Christopher Rogers, 34, of Huntsville was charged with receiving a stolen vehicle. The juvenile was charged with theft of property. 

Police say the case is still under investigation and additional charges could be filed.

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