DODGE CENTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- A Caledonia man is charged after he led authorities on a chase through Dodge County.
Barry Frances Colsch is facing six counts including fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle and reckless driving.
Colsch appeared in Dodge County Court Friday.
A deputy pulled over Colsch for speeding in Dodge Center Wednesday. According to the criminal complaint, Colsch didn't provide his driver's license. Instead, he gave the deputy a firearms license with someone else's name on it.
When the deputy ran the license plate, Colsch drove off.
Authorities said Colsch led the deputy on a chase into Dodge Center and onto U.S. 14.
The pickup eventually got stuck in the median and Colsch was arrested.
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