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Minnesota man accelerates to speeds topping 125 mph through Iowa, caught with plenty of weed

BREMER COUNTY - A Minnesota man raced through Iowa with a considerable load of weed before cops caught him south of Waterloo and now faces a swath of charges.

BREMER COUNTY – A Minnesota man raced through Iowa with a considerable load of weed before cops caught him south of Waterloo and now faces a swath of charges.

On April 12th, 2024, at approximately 7:13pm, the Bremer County Sheriff’s Office received a report from the Chickasaw County Sheriff’s Office that they had a deputy who was in pursuit of a black Chevy Impala traveling south on Highway 63 at a high rate of speed. The Chickasaw county deputy lost sight of the vehicle, however, the Bremer County Sheriff’s Office located this vehicle continuing south on Highway 63 near county road C33 traveling at 126 mph. The Bremer County Sheriff’s Office pursued this vehicle south on Highway 63, through Waterloo, and continued south on I-380 for a total approximate distance of 50 miles. Speeds during the pursuit were consistently in excess of 120 mph. The driver of the vehicle was subsequently apprehended and identified as 24-year-old Quaddre Phillip White (pictured at top) of Saint Paul, Minnesota. White was found to be in possession of approximately 136 grams of marijuana.

White was arrested and charged with:

– eluding in excess of 25 mph over the posted speed limit (D felony)

– possession with intent to distribute marijuana (D felony)

– failure to affix a drug tax stamp (D felony)

– operating while intoxicated first offense (serious misdemeanor)

– possession of marijuana first offense (serious misdemeanor)

– interference with official acts (simple misdemeanor)

– possession of drug paraphernalia (simple misdemeanor)

– reckless driving (non-schedule violation), speed of 126mph in a posted 65mph zone (scheduled violation)

– operating without a valid driver’s license (scheduled violation).

The Bremer County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Black Hawk County Sheriff’s Office and the Iowa State Patrol.

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