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Argyle man arrested after high-speed chase down Wis. 11/81
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MONROE - A rural Albany man was arrested Monday afternoon on multiple charges after he reportedly led Green County Sheriff's deputies on a chase that reached speeds of 115 mph.Frederick R. D. Veeder, 37, faces his fourth charge in five years of driving while intoxicated, as well as charges of fleeing an officer, resisting arrest and carrying a concealed weapon. He was also cited for driving with a revoked license, causing property damage, failure to maintain control of a vehicle, operating left of center, failure to stop at a stop sign and reckless driving.According to a press release Tuesday: Deputies pursued Veeder for more than 10 miles on Wisconsin 11 through Monroe and Sylvester townships at speeds reaching 115 mph after Veeder fled a traffic stop near Short Lane at about 3:30 p.m. Deputies had been alerted to the area by citizen complaints of a speeding vehicle in the area.Deputies stopped chasing Veeder for safety reasons but shortly afterward located him stuck in a ditch on Towns Road near Ringhand Road. He was uninjured and wearing his seatbelt.