Dillsburg man led troopers on car chase across three counties: state police

Matt Enright
York Dispatch

A Dillsburg man faces a battery of charges after allegedly leading troopers on a car chase that began in West Manchester Township and traversed three counties, state police say.

Devin Michael Stough, 28, allegedly ran a red light in the township on Nov. 30, nearly striking an officer there, according to police. Troopers observed Stough's vehicle a short time later and initiated a traffic stop at the intersection of Route 15 and Glenwood Road.

State police say the vehicle fled, leading troopers on a pursuit that continued across Adams, Cumberland and York counties until the vehicle was immobilized.

Devin Stough

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Stough faces charges of aggravated assault, vandalism, reckless driving and attempting to elude an officer.

He is being held at York County Prison, unable to post bail of $100,000, according to court records. A preliminary hearing is scheduled Jan. 23.