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Spike strips and sound strategy end Idaho pursuit

Idaho Falls cops used thermal imaging devices to observe an armed and apparently-suicidal 42-year-old man hiding in the snow before he led cops on a high-speed chase


By Rachel Cook
Idaho Falls Post Register

An Idaho Falls man allegedly led officers from four law enforcement agencies on a high-speed car chase Sunday morning.

The Clark County Sheriff's Office received a call from the Idaho Falls Police Department on Sunday, warning that Bruce Diehl, 42, was suicidal and heading to a spot where his friend collected firewood in the cottonwoods area of Clark County, according to a news release from Clark County Sheriff Bart May.

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