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NY man arrested after leading police chase across state lines

McKean County, Pa. (WJET/WFXP/YourErie.com) — A New York man was arrested after leading police in Pennsylvania on a chase across state lines, driving over 120 MPH.

Just before 1:30 a.m. on Jan. 2, state police in Lewis Run were making a traffic stop near Main and High streets in Bradford City for a vehicle with multiple Title 75 violations when the driver sped away and led police on a 22-mile chase speeding over 120 MPH.

The chase moved into New York State, where the suspect reportedly drove his car into the driver’s side of a state police patrol vehicle.

The driver — identified as 64-year-old Patrick Furh of Ellicottville — was arrested. No injuries were reported from the chase.

Fuhr was arraigned and is being held in McKean County Jail, awaiting a court appearance.

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