MONITEAU COUNTY, Mo. (KMIZ)
Deputies arrested a man Sunday accused of leading authorities on a chase across Mid-Missouri last week.
The chase happened June 14 after deputies spotted a suspicious vehicle near the Bee Line gas station in the High Point area, according to a news release from the Moniteau County Sheriff's Office.
Deputies tried to pull the vehicle over, but the vehicle led deputies on a chase into Cole and Miller counties. Authorities said the chase went down several paved and gravel roads. Deputies eventually lost sight of the car and ended the chase near Olean.
Investigators later figured out that the driver was Harold Campbell Jr. of Ulman. Deputies from the Moniteau and Miller County Sheriff's Offices arrested Campbell at a home in Ulman on Sunday.
According to the news release, Campbell has an "extensive" criminal history and is currently on probation and parole. Authorities said he also has a revoked drivers license.
Prosecutors charged Campbell with driving while revoked and resisting arrest. Online court records show his bond was set at $25,000.
An attorney was not listed for Campbell.