Suspect Surrenders from High Speed Chase

A man wanted for leading police on a chase from Indiana into Kentucky has turned himself in. However, the search for the 2nd suspect continues.
A man wanted for leading police on a chase from Indiana into Kentucky has turned himself in.
However, the search for the 2nd suspect continues.
The Perry County Sheriff's Office says Daniel Hobbs turned himself over to Tell City Police on June 5th.
He's now booked in the Perry County Jail on an almost $30,000 bond.
Last Thursday Tell City police say they saw Hobbs and Amber Caton arguing with a woman who was in the back seat of a car.
When officers approached the car, they say,  Hobbs and Katon jumped in the car and took off with the other woman still in the back seat.
According to police the woman in the back seat appeared to be trying to escape.
Officers followed the car through through several counties. 
Hobbs is facing multiple charges, including kidnapping and resisting law enforcement.
Meanwhile police are still looking for Amber Caton.
If you know her whereabouts you are asked to contact police.
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