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Man arrested, leading police on chase for “no reason”

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A man was arrested for leading police on a chase on McKinley Highway.

It happened on May 19, when police say they saw a motorcycle pull onto the shoulder of the road and speed past a line of traffic.

According to ABC 57 News, the motorcyclist, led the officer on a chase, going 100 miles per hour and passing vehicles down the center line.

The officer was told to end the chase.

Later, on May 24, officials arrived to the house of 24-year-old Dalton Tucker.

He said that he ran for no reason and that he knew his plates were bad.

He was arrested on June 30.

He will be back in court on July 26.

You can go here for the original story from ABC 57 News.

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