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Warrant Issued For Man Who Led Police On High Speed Chase

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A $500,000 warrant is issued for a Three Forks man after probation officers say they have not been able to get in contact with him.

Matthew Brian Brandemihl, 31 was sentenced two weeks ago to 10 years probation in jail with 10 years suspended. Judge Holly Brown also ordered him to attend Gallatin County treatment court.

According to court documents, Brandemihl went to his first day of treatment court, but then he did not report for his appointment on March 26.

The next day probation officers went to Brandemihl's apartment to find him and called the number he listed, but were not able to locate him.

In May 2013, Brandemihl stole three vehicles and led police on a high speed chase across Gallatin and Madison counties. He was eventually arrested in the mountains near Pony.

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