UPDATE: Man arrested after leading Police on a high speed chase while three kids were in the car

Update:

Davenport Police have now released the name of the man arrested on March 27 after leading police on a chase through the city while three children were in the car.

Davenport Police say they were sent to the area near the Centennial Bridge after a 2003 gold Chevrolet Suburban fled from Rock Island Police.

Davenport Police located the car near the 1400 block of North Harrison Street, but the vehicle fled. Police say the father of the three children inside the car got out and ran from police.

That is when 22-year-old Queshan Harris of Davenport, who police say is an uncle of the three children in the car, led police on a high speed chase through the city. At times the pursuit reached speeds of up to 60 MPH.

At one point, the chase ended when Harris abandoned the car and the children and fled from police.

Harris was later found in a garage nearby and was taken into custody.

The children, ages one, six, and eleven, were not hurt and are now with a relative.

Harris is charged with two misdemeanors. They are child endangerment and interference with official acts.  He is out on bond right now.

It is unclear right now if the father of the three children who fled the scene was arrested.

 

Original Story:

DAVENPORT, Iowa - Davenport Police have arrested a man after a chase through the city on March 27.

It happened just before 5:00 P.M. on Telegraph Road near the Putnam Museum.

The chase ended when the suspect ditched the vehicle and ran from police.

Three small children were in the car during the chase. A person was taken into custody for child endangerment. We don't know if that person was the driver of the fleeing vehicle.

Medical crews checked on the kids at the scene, and all of them were okay.

This is a developing story with limited details. WQAD will provide updates as information become available.