The Brillion News
MANITOWOC - At attempted traffic stop on State 310, west of Manitowoc County B, turned into a high-speed chase last Friday afternoon.
It was about 4:35 p.m. on July 10 when a Manitowoc County Sheriff's deputy attemped to stop a red 2012 Ford Fusion.
The male passenger - later identified as 27-year old Timothy Belongie, Jr., of Two Rivers - ran into the nearby Knollwood Cemetery. The deputy chased him and Belongie ran back to the car, which then took off.
The female driver was later identified as 32-year old Ashley Monroy of North Charleston, S.C.
The chase turned south on County Q, in excess of 100 miles per hour, until the driver lost control.
Then the driver and passenger took off on foot, according to Sheriff Dan Hartwig. Monroy was nabbed soon thereafter, and Belongie was tracked and captured by a police dog in a farm field.
Deputies searched the car and found nearly 46 grams of crystal methamphetamine, along with drug paraphernalia.
Monroy was arrested for fleeing an officer. Both she and Belongie were also held for possession of crystal meth with the intent to deliver, and on probation holds.
No one was injured.