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Great Bend man arrested after high speed pursuit

A Great Bend man is in custody after leading law enforcement officials on a high speed chase through four Northwest Kansas counties.
Richard Musil, 24, was arrested Friday night in Graham County. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 11 troopers – including one in the Highway Patrol airborne unit – and local law enforcement officers were involved in the pursuit that began in Thomas County and lasted for 90 minutes. It started when a KHP trooper attempted to stop Musil for a traffic violation on Interstate 70, three miles west of Oakley. He did not stop, but exited onto U.S. 83 ...


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