Robbery suspect tries to flee police through Indiana golf course
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Robbery suspect tries to flee police through Indiana golf course


Nothing spices up your golf round like a police chase.


That's precisely what happened over the weekend in Indiana at Ulen Country Club, according to WISH-TV.

Scott Ezman, 40, is accused of leading Boone County police on a chase down the fairways of the club's golf course in a stolen truck after being suspected of attempting to break into several neighborhood homes. Several guests at a wedding reception near the golf course reported spotting Ezman and chased after him, as did club employee Zach Newsom.

Ezman eventually ditched the truck, deciding to flee on foot into the adjacent neighborhood. He was eventually caught hiding in a miniature barn.


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