Man charged following domestic assault, police chase - WNEM TV 5

Man charged following domestic assault, police chase

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Travis Terbush (Source: MDOC) Travis Terbush (Source: MDOC)
TUSCOLA COUNTY, MI (WNEM) -

Authorities say a domestic assault complaint turned into a high-speed chase with deputies.

It happened on Friday, June 16 at about 10:40 a.m. 

Tuscola County deputies were called to a home in Caro for reports of a domestic assault that involved a handgun.

When they arrived at the home, they were told 32-year-old Travis Terbush had left and was headed for Fairgrove. A short time later, police located Terbush traveling westbound on Gilford Road. 

Police said Terbush would not stop for officers and a chase began. Investigators said the pursuit lasted several miles with speeds reaching over 100 miles per hour. 

Terbush eventually pulled into a driveway and ran into a home where he was taken into custody, according to officials. 

He is now facing one count of child abuse, five counts of fleeing a police officer, three counts of resisting arrest, one count of domestic violence and one count of operating a vehicle with a suspended license. 

Terbush is currently being held at the Tuscola County Jail.

His bond has been set for $15,000 cash surety. 

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