Jeep hits Roseland home after chase from Matteson; 2 in custody

No one was injured, and two males are in Illinois State Police custody, authorities said.

SHARE Jeep hits Roseland home after chase from Matteson; 2 in custody
A shooting left two people hurt April 18, 2021, on Interstate 94.

Illinois State police pursued a Jeep that crashed into a home March 1, 2020.

Sun-Times file photo

A police chase that started in south suburban Matteson ended Sunday in Roseland on the South Side.

The chase started with Matteson police pursuing a stolen vehicle wanted in connection with an armed robbery northbound on I-57 near Vollmer Road, according to a statement from Illinois State Police.

They lost sight of it, but a state trooper later spotted it about 2:42 a.m. speeding north on the expressway near 159th Street, authorities said.

Police continued to pursue the red Jeep as it exited I-57 at 111th Street, according to state and Chicago police. It crashed into a fence and home about 2:50 a.m. in the 300 block of West 107th Street.

No one was injured, and two males are in state police custody, authorities said.

The crash ruptured a gas main and prompted the Chicago Fire Department and Peoples Gas representatives to respond to the scene, according to state police. Fire officials said no hazardous materials response was required.

Read more on crime, and track the city’s homicides.

The Latest
To Ryan Donato, the most encouraging aspect of this horrendous season is that the Hawks’ young players — the players who really matter long-term — are seriously upset about it.
A look at the eight games that will determine which teams advance to Champaign.
A man, 22, was struck in the head Saturday night and taken to Mount Sinai Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Players are upset about the somewhat see-through pants and the smaller lettering and numbers on the jerseys.
The agreement establishes a restitution fund for homeowners allegedly victimized by ResiPro and its parent company’s substandard work.