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Alleged Shooter Arraigned for High-Speed Chase

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The alleged Heights Target parking lot shooter was arraigned in court Friday for a different incident, stealing an SUV and leading police in a high-speed chase.

James Cracraft is charged with criminal endangerment, criminal mischief, and driving while license is suspended or revoked. Court documents report on October 12, Cracraft led Montana Highway Patrol on a high-speed pursuit and ran a red light at Central and 32nd. Yellowstone County sheriffs then responded to a motor vehicle crash, which was later determined to be the SUV crashing into a garage door.

Court documents show Cracraft admitted to stealing and driving the SUV and that he says he was high during the pursuit.

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