POLK COUNTY, MINN. --- An Illinois man was arrested after sending officers on a seven-mile chase in western Minnesota on Friday night.
The Polk County Sheriff’s Office received a complaint of a hit and run on U.S. Highway 2 around 7:45 p.m. on Friday, June 1st. The suspect vehicle was later observed in Polk County traveling at a high rate of speed, the department said in a press release.
A Polk County sergeant attempted to stop the 2010 Honda Civic on U.S. Highway 59, north of Highway 2. The vehicle failed to stop and a pursuit ensued, the department said.
The pursuit continued through Brooks and Plummer Minn. in Red Lake County.
“Stop sticks” were deployed and the Honda Civic was disabled, the department said.
The driver, Amon Saeed-Vafa, 23 of Skokie, Ill. was arrested without incident. Amon Saeed Vafa was transported to the NWRCC. No one was injured.
The case is under investigation by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office. The Minnesota State Patrol assisted with the pursuit.
No further information was available Saturday morning.