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High Speed Chase Ends in Crash

No injuries, one man arrested

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Speeds topped 100 miles per hour during a high speed chase Sunday morning down 183-A.  Cedar Park Assistant Chief Mike Harmon said it all started around 9:45 with an officer going after a speeder. The driver refused to stop and the chase began.  It ended just a few miles later with a crash.

"The driver refused medical treatment and was not transported to the hospital, there was no one else in the vehicle," said Harmon.  

The driver is idenditied as 28-year-old James Dennis.  He was arrested for evading arrest in a motor vehicle.

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