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Records published March 29

This is the records summary for March 29.Redwood Falls man leads deputy on chaseOLIVIA -- An attempted traffic stop near the intersection of Renville County Roads 1 and 17 around 2 a.m. Monday resulted in an 100 mph high-speed chase across three ...

This is the records summary for March 29.
Redwood Falls man leads deputy on chase
OLIVIA - An attempted traffic stop near the intersection of Renville County Roads 1 and 17 around 2 a.m. Monday resulted in an 100 mph high-speed chase across three counties.
According to the Renville County Sheriff’s Office, a suspect in a 2006 Mercedes Benz sedan fled the traffic stop about four miles south of Danube, leading a sheriff’s deputy and eventually other law enforcement officers on the high-speed chase.
The chase ended when the suspect drove into a Redwood County field, entered a drainage ditch, and overturned the vehicle.
The driver, a 21-year-old Redwood Falls man, was then arrested and taken into custody. He and his 19-year-old male passenger, also from Redwood Falls, were transported to the Redwood Area Hospital and released with no apparent injuries.
The driver is currently in custody in the Renville County Jail pending an initial appearance in Renville County District Court.
Agencies assisting the Renville County Sheriff’s Office in the pursuit included the Olivia Police Department, Redwood County Sheriff’s Office, Lower Sioux Police Department, Brown County Sheriff’s Office, Springfield Police Department, Minnesota State Patrol, Redwood Falls Police Department, Sleepy Eye Police Department, Morgan Fire Department and EMS and North Ambulance-Redwood Falls.
Property damage
WILLMAR - Willmar Police received report of criminal damage to property on the 1200 block of 13th Street Southwest around 9:30 a.m. Monday. A three-wheeled scooter reportedly had its tire slashed.

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