WINDHAM – An Indiana man was arrested last weekend after leading police on a high-speed chase from Raymond into North Windham.

The chase started in Raymond at about 7:05 p.m. on Saturday, July 20, when the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office received a complaint regarding a vehicle’s operation while it was traveling on Route 302 toward Windham. A deputy attempted to stop a tan 2004 Chevrolet Venture van, driven by Jeremy Moon, 33, of Fortville, Ind., but Moon fled after being stopped.

Officers from the Windham Police Department located Moon’s southbound vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed toward the busy North Windham area. Before officers were able to stop the vehicle, the suspect’s vehicle crashed into the back of a 2009 Honda Pilot operated by Robert Goodwin, 45, of McMurray, Penn. Two female passengers, ages 12 and 14, who were in Goodwin’s vehicle, were transported to Maine Medical Center with complaints of neck and back pain.

Moon, 33, was transported to Maine Medical Center where he was evaluated and released to the custody of the Windham Police Department. Moon was transported to the Cumberland County Jail. Moon is being charged with aggravated driving to endanger, failure to stop for a police officer, criminal speed, operating under the influence and reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon.

The crash is being reconstructed by the Windham Police Department and is still under investigation.

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