Sean Campbell, 38, of Antioch (left inset); Ashlee Peterson, 35, of Silver Lake, Wisconsin (middle inset); and James Swan, 47, of Lindenhurst (right inset) were arrested on February 19 after they were stopped by deputies while riding in a stolen vehicle in Kenosha County. | Provided Photos

An Antioch man and a Lindenhurst man, along with a woman, were arrested after they were found in an SUV that was stolen from a Lake County car dealership and one of them fled on foot.

The Kenosha County, Wisconsin Sheriff’s Department said deputies were aided by Kenosha Joint Services dispatchers around 8 a.m. on February 19.

An Audi Q5 was reported stolen from a car dealership in Lake County and was tracked over the border in Kenosha County.

Dispatchers assisted deputies in directing them to the Audi’s location.

Deputies conducted a traffic stop on the Audi on West Frontage Road just south of CTH-K.

Deputies attempted to order each of the three occupants out of the Audi. The driver, identified as Sean Campbell, 38, of Antioch, was ordered out of the car first.

Dashcam video showed Campbell initially complying and exiting with his hands up before he suddenly sprinted away through an open field.

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Kenosha County Sheriff Canine Riggs responded and conducted a track. Riggs brought deputies to the location where Campbell was found hiding in the field, dashcam video showed.

He was taken into custody and the two other car’s occupants, James Swan, 47, of Lindenhurst, and Ashlee Peterson, 35, of Silver Lake, Wisconsin, were also arrested.

Campbell was charged with driving or operating a vehicle without consent, possession of methamphetamine, resisting an officer and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Swan and Peterson were both charged with possession of methamphetamine, resisting an officer, possession of drug paraphernalia and bail jumping. Swan was additionally charged with misappropriation of personal identifying materials.

Swan had two outstanding warrants and Peterson had one outstanding warrant at the time of their arrests.

“Outstanding work by all those involved and special thank you to the Wisconsin State Patrol for their immediate assistance as well as our outstanding dispatchers!” the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department said.

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