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Tuesday, 02 October 2012 11:23

Motorcyclist leads cops on a 31-mile chase

(AREA) -- Sanilac County Sheriff Garry Biniecki says a 31-mile pursuit of a fleeing motorcyclist ended with his arrest in St. Clair County on Monday afternoon. The incident began when Deputy Todd Laming attempted to stop the suspect on Sheridan Line Road in Elk Township. The motorcyclist was a 38-year old Warren man who refused to stop. The pursuit went on a number of gravel roads around the Village of Peck before turning east on M-90. Croswell Police Chief Dave Hall, who was working in the area, picked up the chase and it continued east through Croswell and Lexington, where the suspect turned south on M-25. He was then followed south on M-25 into St. Clair County and turned west on Carrington Road and was observed turning into a driveway where he was arrested by St.Clair County Sheriff''s deputies. He is lodged in the Sanilac County Jail awaiting arraignment on a number of charges, including fleeing and eluding, driving while license suspended, and several outstanding bench warrants. Bond was set at $10,000 cash. Sanilac deputies were assisted by the Croswell, Brown City, and Lexington police departments and St. Clair County Sheriff's deputies.