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Man Pleads Guilty to Charges For Car Chase

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A driver arrested for leading Laurel Police on a car chase in January changes his plea in court Friday.

Bradley Jackson of Butte pled guilty to two felony counts of criminal endangerment and four other misdemeanors.

Laurel Police say Jackson was driving a van over the speed limit on Main Street in January. A Laurel police officer stopped the vehicle and when the officer got out of his car, Jackson sped off. Stillwater County Sheriff Deputies and Montana Highway Patrol joined in the chase. After the van crashed through a fence, four people jumped out, but were caught.

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