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Yards, Golf Course Damaged During Police Chase

ST. CLOUD — Several yards, a golf course, and a house were damage during a police chase in St. Cloud.

Officers attempted to make a traffic stop just before 12:30 a.m. this (Tuesday) morning in the 600 block of Montrose Road.

The vehicle took off and the chase lasted for about two miles. During the pursuit the suspects drove through several yards, across the St. Cloud Country Club golf course, and at one point struck a house.  The suspect’s vehicle then went down a steep hill.

All four people inside were taken into custody.  The driver was 24-year-old Anthony Storstad of St. Cloud.  He had an outstand felony warrant out on him, and now faces a number of new charges as well.

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