Milligan man facing several charges after high-speed pursuit in York County
YORK, Neb. -- A Milligan man was arrested in York County on multiple charges after a high-speed pursuit Monday morning.
Around 1:40 a.m. on May 8, a York County deputy said they pulled over a Chevrolet Impala on E Nobes Road bear Delaware Ave. in York for a traffic violation.
The driver, Daniel Graham, refused to stop and quickly sped away, according to authorities.
The York County Sheriff's Office said deputies then started a pursuit, that went into rural York County with speeds over 100 mph.
Officials said that the Impala had a mechanical failure and came to a stop near Road 7 on Road 2, south of Interstate 80.
Graham was then taken into custody without incident, according to YCSO.
The Sheriff's Office said they did a search of a vehicle, which led officials to find multiple burglars tools, a deadly weapon - which the suspect was prohibited from possessing, and controlled substances.
Authorities said that Graham was the driver and only person in the vehicle.
Graham was taken to and jailed at the York County Detention Center.
He was arrested for operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest, third-offense willful reckless driving, possession of burglar tools, possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony, possession of a controlled substance, driving under suspension, and numerous traffic offenses.
A Nebraska State Patrol trooper helped with the arrest.