Pictured above is Loveland Police Chief Sean Rahe at a command Center he set up in the Linda Cox Parking lot in Historic Downtown.

Loveland, Ohio – A manhunt unfolded yesterday from Downtown Loveland into Miami Township that yielded results leading to the arrest of a man wanted on a felony warrant for domestic violence.

The pursuit started around 6 PM in Loveland when a Loveland officer spotted the suspect, as a passenger vehicle.

This photo was taken around 8 PM last evening across the road from Miami Riverview Park near to where the suspect was later apprehended.

Loveland Magazine asked Loveland Police Chief Sean Rahe around 8 PM for an update when the search from Historic Downtown Loveland into Miami Township seemed to be winding down.

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Rahe told Loveland Magazine today, “We did catch him about 9:20 PM” near Miami Riverview Park. The park is at 587 Branch Hill Loveland Road.

Police from many jurisdictions assisted: Hamilton Township, Mason, Montgomery, Clermont County Sheriff, and Miami Township. Police canines searched along the Loveland Bike Trail as well as nearby subdivisions and neighborhoods.

The search centered around the Loveland Bike Trail going South from Historic Downtown Loveland toward Branch Hill.
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Many police were also stationed on the opposite bank of the river on East Kemper Road.
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Officers on bikes also assisted.
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This photo was taken around 8 PM last evening across the road from Miami Riverview Park near to where the suspect was later apprehended.
According to two eyewitnesses at the Loveland Farmer’s Market, the car sped dangerously into the Linda Cox Parking lot while the market was in session. A market volunteer called 911 because of the dangerous driving and because 4 people ran from the car, through the parking lot, and South into the wooded area.
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