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2nd high-speed chase ends in arrest

CORYDON, Ind. – A southern Indiana man who allegedly led police on a February pursuit spanning multiple counties has been arrested following another car chase.

Ian Goebel was arrested Monday after a car in which Goebel was riding veered into a wheat field near the town of Salem after exceeding speeds of 100 mph, officials said. That car had been chased by police for about 45 miles in Harrison and Washington counties.

Goebel remained jailed Wednesday at the Harrison County Jail on a charge of resisting law enforcement. Two other men in the car were also arrested.

The Courier-Journal of Louisville, Kentucky reports (http://cjky.it/1jcNM1J ) Goebel was wanted by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force and Harrison County police on several drug-related charges.

Goebel had evaded arrest following a car chase on Feb. 10.

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