Dolinger had previously arranged to have three male friends inside the home before Champ arrived.In the complaint, Champ agreed to pay 4 to have an hour with the girl alone.As a part of the investigation, police officers went through the text messages and were able to gather enough evidence to arrest Champ on July 1, 2014.
After checking his record, they found his license was revoked for Driving Under the Influence.
When officers went to arrest Nicholson he drove off, leading to police chase that ended at the Wyoming County line.
Deputies with the Raleigh County Sheriff's Department found the 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass that Nicholson was driving in Sophia at around p.m. Pendleton authorized the use of "stop sticks" to end the chase.
That is when a second police chase began that lead onto I-64. They were put in place by officers with the Lewisburg Police Department at mile marker 169 on the Interstate.
A driver was pulled over in Wyoming County and ran from police through Raleigh, Summers, and Greenbrier County, state police said.
Police used spike strips to stop the car at exit 169 in Lewisburg where the suspect was arrested.Nicholson must register as a sex offender because of a conviction in 1998 on Third Degree Sexual Abuse and Indecent Exposure.That crime involved an 8-year-old girl in Tyler County, WV.12 p.m. 31, 2015 UPDATE: Cooperation between several law enforcement agencies lead to the arrest of a man in a chase that began in Wyoming County and ended in Greenbrier County.According to Detective Bragg, police arrived on scene shortly after and took both the mother and Champ to the station for statements.A few weeks later, police were able to seize Champ's cell phone and get a warrant for his arrest.Magistrate Massie ruled there was enough probable cause against Champ for the case to move on to a grand jury.