CINCINNATI -- Police are searching for the driver of a vehicle that led police on a chase near Evanston Thursday.
Authorities said an officer attempted to pull over the driver of a black Hyundai for a traffic stop when they sped off down the street.
The driver of the Hyundai later crashed into the lawn of a vacant home at 1931 Hewitt Ave, nearly striking it.
Police are still trying to locate the driver, who took off on foot.
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