Bail set at $2 million in Chicago police chase death
CHICAGO — Bail is $2 million for a Chicago man charged with killing another driver in a collision during a high-speed chase with police.
Twenty-year-old Timothy Jones, of the West Pullman neighborhood, faces multiple charges, including murder, home invasion, armed robbery and leaving the scene of an accident. His bail was set Friday at $2 million.
Wednesday's chase began when officers responding to a report of a man forcing his way into a home spotted the suspect in a vehicle.
During the pursuit, a police SUV collided with a vehicle driven by Jacqueline Reynolds. The Cook County Medical Examiner's Office says Reynolds was pronounced dead at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
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