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High-Speed Chase Lands Missoula Man in Jail

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A 22-year-old man made his first court appearance on Monday, after leading police on a high-speed chase through Missoula while intoxicated.

Dylan James Tanner is charged with four counts of criminal endangerment, fleeing or eluding a peace officer, aggravated DUI, reckless driving and obstructing a peace officer.

Court documents show police started following Tanner who was speeding through town in his Chevy truck.

Tanner then led police on a high speed chase through town, destroying property along the way.

Tanner finally lost control of the truck on a patch of ice, and slid into two cars before coming to a stop.

Then, he ran away from officers, but was caught downtown.

The judge set Tanner's bail at $15,000 because he put his passenger, police and the community in danger.

He'll appear again in court on January 14.

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