Man charged after skid-steer chase
A Wisconsin man has been charged after leading police on a slow-speed chase in a stolen skid-steer loader Thursday morning.
APPLETON, Wis. - A Wisconsin man has been charged after leading police on a slow-speed chase in a stolen skid-steer loader Thursday morning.
Investigators accuse the man, 37-year-old Tyler Peschke, of being drunk at the time.
The Appleton and Grand Chute Police departments followed the stolen skid-steer around 8 a.m. as it traveled down various city streets, eventually turning onto railroad tracks.
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The suspect later got off the railroad tracks and into a field behind a series of homes. There, officers were able to approach, remove the suspect from the skid-steer and arrest him.
Court documents show Peschke's charges include operating while intoxicated and fleeing/eluding officers; if convicted, it would be his fourth OWI.
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