Frazee man accused of leading police on 100 mph chase
Guy Anthony Keezer Jr., 33, of Frazee has been charged in Becker County District Court with felony theft and felony fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle.
According to court records, on Dec. 30, a Becker County deputy received a report of a red Subaru stolen in White Earth village. The reporting party said Keezer jumped into the driver's seat and told her he was going to steal the vehicle.
A short time later, law enforcement received a report of a red Subaru leaving the Richwood Store without paying for gasoline.
A deputy located the Subaru on Richwood Road and followed it, as it sped up to 86 mph. Keezer allegedly led the deputy on a chase at speeds between 85 mph and 110 mph, driving at times in the wrong lane, with headlights off, and other violations.
After the deputy performed a PIT maneuver to force the car off the road, Keezer allegedly lost control of the Subaru, abandoned it, and fled on foot. He was caught a short distance away by a tribal police officer.
He was scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 3, but didn't show up: He was ordered held without bail because he was uncooperative with corrections officers and unwilling to go to court.