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Bessemer Township Man in Custody Following a Car Chase

Updated: 06/28/2014 3:34 PM
Created: 06/28/2014 3:21 PM WDIO.com

A 19-year-old Bessemer Township man is in custody after a short vehicle chase shortly after midnight Saturday morning.

A significant amount of Marijuana and other drug paraphernalia was located in his vehicle by Michigan State Police officers after the suspect was taken into custody.

He's facing five charges including fleeing and eluding a police officer, resisting and obstructing an officer, reckless driving, driving with a suspended license and possession with intent to deliver Marijuana.

The suspects name will not be released until after his court appearance on Monday in Gogebic County's 98th District Court. His bond is currently set at $50,000.

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