Two recent traffic stops one in Cape Girardeau and one near Perryville turned into dangerous chases.
Grandview police say the chase early Sunday sometimes reached 100 mph before officers stopped following the car.
A 36-year-old man is in custody following a brief shooting and police chase.
The chase began Monday night in Maryland Heights and wound through unincorporated areas of the county, then through Overland and into University City.
When the suspect tried to get onto the McKinley Bridge an officer blocked his path, so the pursuit continued on I-64 across Poplar.
Police are sorting out the details of a high speed pursuit that involved a woman and several children.
The officer was pulling over a suspicious vehicle and was walking back with the driver’s ID when that driver shot the officer.
The chase began in Brooklyn, Ill. when the motorist refused to pull over.
Deputies interrupted four men burglarizing a home around 11:25 a.m in Granite City.
Police chief says Richard Cooper was chasing some suspects accused of trying to ram a squad car.