A short time later detectives were notified about two suspicious females walking in the area where the truck was recovered. After interviewing the females, deputies learned that Ensley was the driver of the truck in the chase and had fled the scene on foot. Adam District deputies searched the area and took Dustin Ensley in custody nearby where the truck had been abandoned.
Ensley was charged with felony larceny of a motor vehicle and felony possession of a stolen vehicle. He was also served a probation violation warrant. He is being held in the Harven A. Crouse Detention Center on a $50,000 secured bond on the vehicle charges and a no bond hold on the probation violation. His first appearance in court will be on June 3, 2019. Additional charges are expected to be filed.
Lead investigator in the case is Detective M. Lookadoo. Assisting were Detective F. Runyon, Detective D. Snellings, Sgt. A. Alvarado, and Deputies A. Sutton and L. Leonard.
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