Huston Township, PA – The DuBois man accused of ramming a police vehicle, leading police on a chase, and fleeing into the woods has apparently had multiple other crimes in the weeks before the chase.
State Police in DuBois say that 29-year-old Corey Bigelow from DuBois physically assaulted his girlfriend, a 34-year-old DuBois woman, injured her, broke her iPhone XS Max, and then ran into the woods on Jan. 29.
Then, about a week later on Feb. 8, Bigelow was caught trying to pass a $100 counterfeit bill at a business in Brookville.
The recent crimes culminated finally on Feb. 14 when he rammed a police vehicle and got into a pursuit near the Dollar General in Penfield. His girlfriend had been in the vehicle during that incident. Bigelow is facing multiple serious charges, including assault.
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ORIGINAL REPORT ON TEH POLICE CHASE, REPORTED FEB. 17:
Huston Township, PA – A DuBois man is facing multiple charges after police say he intentionally rammed into the front of a state trooper’s vehicle, fled from the scene, struck another vehicle, and eventually was caught after a short foot pursuit through the woods.
29-year-old Corey Bigelow from DuBois had been in a suspicious vehicle that State Police from DuBois were called to investigate Sunday night at the Dollar General store in Penfield.
He reportedly used his SUV to ram into the front of a State Police vehicle, then fled onto Route 255.
Bigelow reportedly then struck another vehicle that was on Hickory Road waiting to turn onto Route 255.
Bigelow’s SUV went into the woods, where it got stuck in the snow.
He fled on foot but was quickly captured by troopers.
A female passenger was also taken into custody.
Bigelow faces charges of aggravated assault, simple assault, reckless endangerment, DUI, and various other traffic violations.
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