NORTH SALT LAKE — A 22-year-old West Valley City man crashed a stolen car into a Lexus and one other vehicle after allegedly leading police on a high speed chase Sunday morning.
Trevor Reed, 22, is in custody and faces charges from several law enforcement agencies. He was taken into custody about 7 a.m. after he crashed a vehicle stolen from a Logan home into Spectrum Auto, at 650 N. Highway 89, according to North Salt Lake Assistant Police Chief Troy Johnson.
The chase began on southbound I-15 in Farmington at about Lund Lane, when a Utah Highway Patrol trooper allegedly clocked Reed at 103 mph. The trooper caught up to him at Parrish Lane in Centerville, according to a UHP report, but Reed allegedly failed to yield to the trooper and twice passed vehicles in the right emergency lane.
Reed allegedly exited the freeway at 500 West in Bountiful, where officers picked up the chase.
“He continued at high speeds through Bountiful and North Salt Lake,” Johnson said.
Reed allegedly lost control of the car in front of the car dealership as he was attempting a left turn and crashed into two cars. Then, he allegedly exited the car and ran from officers.
Reed was wanted on a parole violation and on warrants, Johnson said.
He is being screened for charges including possession of stolen property, leaving the scene of an accident and reckless driving in relation to North Salt Lake police, as well as additional charges in relation to his interactions with the Utah Highway Patrol and the Logan Police Department.