A Michigan man is facing a felony charge after a deputy allegedly clocked him driving more than 100 mph on a Midland County highway.
Brian Douglas Mishall, 56, of Traverse City faces charges of third-degree fleeing and eluding police, driving with a suspended license, and unlawful use of a license plate.
Midland County Sheriff’s Scott Stephenson said Mishall was arrested after a deputy clocked him speeding at 103 mph in a 2000 Chrysler minivan on M-30.
The incident happened about 3:14 a.m. Tuesday, May 15.
Stephenson said the deputy activated his lights, but Mishall refused to stop. He allegedly drove onto US-10 before exiting the highway at Stark Road and hitting a stop sign.
Mishall drove back onto the highway and the three-mile pursuit ended a short time later because the stop sign had punctured the van’s tire, Stephenson said.
Mishall was arraigned and charges and a judge set a $500 cash bond.
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