- Associated Press - Saturday, May 31, 2014

WASILLA, Alaska (AP) - A 31-year-old Delta Junction man has been charged with assault, eluding, reckless driving, providing false information and violating probation after a car chase near Wasilla.

Alaska State Troopers say Jeremy Joel Fish was subdued with a stun gun and taken into custody,

Troopers late Thursday afternoon stopped Fish’s vehicle for an equipment violation and suspected drug activity. Troopers say he gave them a fake identity card and fled.

A 20-minute chase culminated with Fish fleeing on foot. He was hit with the stun gun and arrested.

Troopers say Fish nearly hit an officer with his vehicle, nearly rammed a patrol car, drove recklessly and put a passenger in fear of being killed.



Fish is being held without bail at a jail in Palmer.

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