Police chase that crossed state lines ends in arrest of driver with outstanding warrant

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A police chase that lasted more than 30 minutes Wednesday morning is over.

It began in Kansas City, Kan., and ended in Mission Hills.

One woman and two men were captured after that high speed chase across state lines, but two were eventually let go.

It began around 3:10 a.m. near 7th and Osage in Kansas City, Kan., then went to downtown Kansas City. It eventually crossed into the east side of the city near Benton Boulevard.

Police say at times the suspect's SUV with Kansas temporary tags, drove at high speeds going in the wrong direction anywhere from 40 to 80 mph.

The chase then went from the east side to the Waldo area. Then it crossed into Kansas where KCMO alerted police on the Kansas side.

The SUV eventually pulled into the driveway of a house at 2840 Verona Road.

The woman got out, two men bailed. One of the suspects was caught with the help of the Kansas City canine unit.

Police said the suspect vehicle was initially believed to have been involved in a robbery near 12th and Main, but they later discovered that they pursued the wrong vehicle.  However, the driver had an outstanding felony warrant and narcotics.