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Police arrest one of Utah's Most Wanted


By Geoff Liesik
The Deseret Morning News

ROOSEVELT, Utah — Police here arrested one of Utah's Most Wanted after they say he led them on a chase that reached speeds of more than 90 mph.

Roosevelt Police Sgt. Jeremy Chapman said he was working a drug interdiction shift for the Uintah Basin Narcotics Strike Force on Saturday when he spotted an SUV without a front license plate. Chapman said the SUV was making erratic lane changes, prompting him to initiate a traffic stop in the parking lot of the Maverik convenience store at 310 S. 200 East in Roosevelt.

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