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Toledo car chase suspect due in court

Robert Sinkey (Source: Toledo Police Department) Robert Sinkey (Source: Toledo Police Department)
(Toledo News Now) -

The man accused of hitting a construction worker with his car while leading police on a chase will face a judge for a pretrial hearing Wednesday afternoon.

Robert Sinkey, 25, faces multiple charges, including felonious assault, failure to comply with an order or signal and grand theft of a motor vehicle.

He pleaded not guilty to stealing a car on Oct. 25 and leading multiple police departments on a chase through Wood and Lucas counties, hitting a worker in a construction zone. 
    
The construction worker, Jarred James, was treated and released for serious, but not life-threatening injuries.

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