Failure to stop leads to high-speed pursuit in Maine
By Diana Bowley
The Bangor Daily News
DEXTER, Me. — A Dover-Foxcroft man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly refused to stop for Dover-Foxcroft police and then fled to Dexter where he led police on a high-speed chase.
Richard IngrMeam, 27, was charged with eluding police, driving to endanger, criminal speed, illegal attachment of registration plates, and operating after suspension, according to Dexter Police Chief Art Roy. His initial court appearance on these charges is set for Jan. 30 in Newport District Court.
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