Convicted 'off-road' ringleader arrested after chase
A Warren man who is no stranger to the police is in jail again after allegedly leading authorities on a dirtbike and foot chase that lasted for nearly a half-hour.
Twenty-five-year-old Trevor Hall was booked into the Trumbull County Jail Thursday afternoon on a charge of failure to comply with a police order.
According to 911 records, Hall fled when a sheriff's deputy tried to pull over Hall's dirtbike for allegedly tearing up a yard on East Market Street.
Howland police joined the chase, which went along Warren City Streets to Larchmont Avenue NE where the bike was found ditched, just south of the Route 82 bypass.
From there, officers say they caught up with Hall on foot, not far from where the bike was found.
In 2015, authorities described Hall a the “ringleader” of a gathering of more than 70 off-road vehicles that converged in several Trumbull County communities.
Investigators say dirt bike and all-terrain vehicles, not legal for street use, drove on public highways.