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UPDATE: Cadillac Man Accused of Leading Police on High Speed Chase

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A Cadillac man is in the Wexford County Jail after leading state police on a high speed chase for 22 miles on his motorcycle.

The chase began on US 131 near East 12 and 3/4 Road in Liberty Township.

A trooper spotted the biker going 90 miles per hour in a 70 mile per hour zone. The chase started first into Grand Traverse County and then back into Wexford County on back roads. Then down a dead end road, and eventually into a private driveway where he tried to turn around.

The biker reached speeds of 120 miles per hour.

A man watching the chase pulled his pick-up into his private driveway and blocked the motorcyclist in.

Troopers arrested Charles Payne and charged with fleeing and eluding police 4th degree. 

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