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Man leads police on chase



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(KSL News) Police arrested a man in Clinton today after they say he refused to pull over and led them on a chase.

Around noon, a Davis County deputy tried to pull over driver David Child for being uninsured, but Child took off. Police chased him and tried to spike his vehicle's tires, but it didn't work.

He drove into a long driveway and turned the vehicle to face police. Officers told Child to exit his vehicle.

When he didn't, they used a taser on him and arrested him.

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