GREEN BAY - Dash cam video captured a wild police chase in Brown County last Friday. The driver led police across two counties and into oncoming traffic.
The chase began when someone called 911 to report a dangerous driver.
The chase reached speeds of 100 mph as Jonathan Tease, drove into oncoming traffic. It lasted about 45 minutes and covered more than 40 miles.
The deputy was able to stop Tease's truck which caused him to run away. He was later found hiding inside a business.
"It's shocking," Capt. Dan Sandberg told the media. "We see this happen on a on a regular basis, but it's still shocking me every time you see it, and we got so lucky that nobody was killed by this person."
Tease was arrested with two counts of Second Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety, Resisting or Obstructing an Officer, and Fleeing. He was sentenced to three months in jail. Investigators believe Tease was under the influence of drugs.
The chase also happened on the kickoff of the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign."
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