Marion police chase results in two arrests

A Marion man led police on a short chase late Friday afternoon, resulting in two arrests.  Police say 24-year-old William Emry was driving near 16th and Nebraska streets and failed to use his turn signal and did not have a license plate.  As police tried to stop the car, Emry sped up and continued down 16th street, ignoring stop signs along the way.  Emry then left his car on south Adams Street  and proceeded to flee on foot.  He was later arrested and charged with resisting law enforcement, reckless driving as well as driving with a suspended license.  Police also arrested a passenger, 29-year-old Jeremy Emry for resisting law enforcement.