MARSHALL, MICH. - On Wednesday morning Aug. 30, state troopers responded to a report of an unconscious man at a motel in Marshall.
According to paramedics, the man woke up and drove away. Police spotted his car on I-69, but he refused to pull over.
The man ended up leading Michigan State Police on a car chase through three counties.
Deputies set up spike strips at the Calhoun-Hillsdale county line, but the man lost control of his car and crashed at M-99.
He then tried to run away but was caught by a police dog.
Investigators say the man was already wanted on a prior charge of running away from police.
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