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3 Saline Co. men arrested after leading police on chase

Kashmere Barners (Source: Saline County Sheriff's Office) Kashmere Barners (Source: Saline County Sheriff's Office)
Collin Crim (Source: Saline County Sheriff's Office) Collin Crim (Source: Saline County Sheriff's Office)
Paul Marshall Jr. (Source: Saline County Sheriff's Office) Paul Marshall Jr. (Source: Saline County Sheriff's Office)
SALINE COUNTY, IL (KFVS) -

The Saline County Sheriff's Office says three Saline County men were arrested after a pursuit and placed in the Saline County Detention Center for armed robbery.

Collin Crim, 19, from Carrier Mills, Kashmere Barners, 19, from Harrisburg and Paul Marshall Jr., 19, from Carrier Mills were initially charged with armed robbery.

The sheriff's department says further charges are pending after a review of all reports to the Saline County State's Attorney.

They say dispatch received a 911 call at 2:45 p.m. Wednesday, from a man, reporting he had been robbed by three men with guns, at a home near Muddy Road and College Road in Saline County.

According to the sheriff's office, the caller reported that the suspects had left in a black Pontiac.

Saline County Sheriff Keith Brown saw the suspect vehicle at the east edge of Harrisburg on Illinois 13. They say the vehicle refused to stop for Saline County officers and the chase continued west through Harrisburg and turned onto Illinois 13, off of Poplar Street.

The sheriff's office says the pursuit continued towards the Bankston area and turned onto New Illinois 13 and continued towards the Saline/Williamson County line.

The Illinois Secretary of State Police saw the west bound vehicle near Jordan's Curve and said it was going around 109 miles per hour. The officer chased the car to the east city limits of Marion, where officers from the Williamson County Sheriff's Office, Marion Police and Illinois State Police were waiting.

The driver and his passengers were arrested without incident.

Saline County Deputies continued the investigation into the evening and from a public report, a hand gun was found by the Harrisburg Police near Hucks on West Poplar Street in Harrisburg.

A second weapon was found by Harrisburg Police and Saline County Officer's near the soccer field on West Poplar Street.

"The old saying you can outrun a squad car, but its hard to outrun the radio played large part in the investigation," said Sheriff Keith Brown.

The Sheriff's Office was assisted in this investigation by Harrisburg Police, Carrier Mills Police, Illinois State Police, Secretary of State Police, Williamson County Sheriff's Office, Marion County Police and the Southern Illinois Drug Task Force.

"Dispatcher information and calls reporting both the location of the black Pontiac and location of the weapon played a huge role in the investigation and making the arrests quickly," said Sheriff Brown.

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