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Burlington Man Faces Multiple Charges After High Speed Chase

A Burlington man faces multiple charges after he was involved in a high speed chase in the Village of Rochester, resisted arrest and threatened deputies. David Marshall was driving on Highway 36 and passed a cop at a high rate of speed going 88 miles per hour in a 55 mph zone. The deputy attempted a traffic stop, Marshall pulled over into the right lane and stopped for a moment before accelerating south on highway 36. While police were in pursuit of Marshall investigators went to the home where the vehicle was registered. When he arrived at the residence police ordered him to the ground, he did not comply, he was then decentralized to the ground and continued to resist officers. Marshall kicked at deputies and was yelling expletives and threats at police saying “You don’t deserve a life” and “I’ll Kill y'all.” Deputies finally got Marshall into the squad car and deputies noted a strong odor of intoxicants, he was taken to the hospital where leg restraints had to be used so he could get medical clearance all the while yelling at police and the medical staff. A search of the car found a loaded Ruger LC9 under the front seat with a loaded magazine and a pipe in the center console. Marshall is charged with Attempting to flee an officer, battery or threat to a law officer, possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting an officer, possession of a firearm by a felon, disorderly conduct and carrying a concealed weapon. He’s scheduled for his initial court appearance on June 29th.

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