A man who admitted to assault and other charges is doing jail time for the crime.
Tyquan L. Crawford will spend 180 days behind bars after leading police on a chase and assaulting an officer.
The 22-year-old man was charged with felony counts of failure to comply, burglary and assault on a police officer.
The charges stemmed from the April 7 incident, when officers attempted to pull over a vehicle that then took off.
The officers forced the vehicle off the road with a PIT maneuver. Two people were ejected and two other occupants ran off.
Crawford was arrested after he was found hiding in an upstairs bedroom of an apartment. Crawford was accused of striking an officer in his face at the time of his arrest.
Officers said they had to use a Taser and mace to take Crawford into custody.
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