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Alleged vise thrower arrested a second time

A man accused of throwing a vise into traffic and injuring a driver was arrested again just hours after he was released on bail. Police say he sped past a police station then failed to pull over as squad cars gave chase. When he finally stopped the vehicle, police say he continued to resist.
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A man accused of throwing a vise into traffic and injuring a driver was arrested again just hours after he was released on bail. Police say he sped past a police station then failed to pull over as squad cars gave chase. When he finally stopped the vehicle, police say he continued to resist.

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