Charges pending for 15-mile long high speed chase in Becker County
Charges could be filed tomorrow against the man accused of leading authorities on a 15-mile high speed chase in Becker County.
A deputy tried to pull the man over Friday. Authorities say he showed a gun then fled, reaching speeds of 100 miles per hour.
They used nail boards and a pit maneuver to stop the vehicle. The car rolled, causing minor injuries to the driver. The man, whose name hasn't been released, is scheduled for a mental evaluation.
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