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Man jailed following pursuit in Richardson County
11/24/2021

(KLZA)-- A man wanted on a federal arrest warrant for drug distribution charges and a Lancaster County, Nebraska felony warrant was arrested by Richardson County Deputies following a pursuit on Tuesday.  

According to a report from the Richardson County Sheriff's Department deputies located 47-year-old Michael E. Tinsley  leaving a Salem residence.  When deputies attempted to apprehend Tinsley, he fled in a car and an approximate 10-mile pursuit began on gravel roads west and north of Salem.

Tinsley's vehicle became disabled during the pursuit and he exited the vehicle, disobeying orders before being taken into custody. 

In addition to the arrest on warrants, Tinsley is facing felony charges of escape and operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest,  and misdemeanor charges of willful reckless driving , obstructing a police officer and driving under suspension.

An habitual criminal enhancement was added to the Richardson County charges.  If found to be an habitual criminal,  the charge carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 – 60 years in prison. 

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