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Cascade County Man Flees From Great Falls Police

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A Cascade County man is in custody on several charges after sprinting away from police during a traffic stop.

David Mital was pulled over for running a red light on 10th Ave South Friday night around 10:30 PM, but instead of stopping and talking to the officer, Mital ran off on foot without shoes, according to the Great Falls police.

The original officer took off after Mital and called for back up. The officers were able to catch up to Mital and a short physical confrontation occurred. Mital was able to escape from the officers a second time, but the officers were finally able to take him into custody.

Mital is being held at the detention center on misdemeanor charges of assault, obstruction of a peace officer, registration violation, driving with a suspended license, and failure to stop at a red light. Mital was also wanted on two previous warrants.

Mital is scheduled to appear in cascade county court on Monday.

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