HAMILTON, Ohio - A suspected accomplice in a house burglary rammed a police car while attempting to flee arrest, according to Hamilton police reports.
Jennifer Marie Liebisch, 30, of West Chester was arrested for complicity to burglary, vandalism, vehicular assault and possession of drug abuse instruments Saturday afternoon. Jeremy D. Jackson, 24, of Hanover Township was charged with burglary, resisting arrest, possession of drug paraphernalia, and obstructing official business. Jackson also had outstanding warrants, according to Hamilton police.
Authorities say they received a call at approximately 12:20 p.m. of someone breaking into a house on Armistead Avenue. The person who reported the burglary in progress gave police a description of the suspect and a suspicious vehicle in the area.
Once confronted Hamilton police report the suspect fled on foot and the accomplice driving the vehicle rammed an unmarked police car driven by Capt. Marc McManus. McManus was not injured in the incident.
Both Jackson and Liebisch are incarcerated in the Butler County Jail and will be arraigned in Hamilton Municipal Court this week.
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