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Man Admits To Leading Police on High Speed Chase

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A Livingston man, who stole three vehicles and led police on a high speed chase from Gallatin County to Madison County, pleaded guilty to multiple felony charges on Tuesday.

Matthew Brian Brandemihl, 32, pleaded guilty to one charge of criminal trespassing, one charge of criminal endangerment and two charges of theft.

According to court documents, Brandemihl stole three cars on May 23, 2013 and fled from police each time.

He was later spotted at a gas station in Norris, where he ditched the vehicle and ran into the mountains, west of Pony.

Right before dark, he came out of the mountains and was arrested.

Brandemihl's bail still remains at $100,000. His sentencing is scheduled for February 25.

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