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By Sean Zak
Thursday, September 17, 2015

It has been more than a year since Kendall Feist took his pickup truck barreling through a golf course while being chased by local police in Moorhead, Minnesota. On Wednesday, the police finally released the dash cam video of the incident.

Police were chasing Feist, 34, for a drug-related arrest, and had tracked him well enough to move within range. When the car sirens were turned on, Feist decided to run, taking his truck throughout the town. He eventually turned onto Village Green Golf Course (around the 2:30 mark). The police followed.

What ensued was a fairway-ruining rundown that forced helpless golfers to scramble out of the way as Feist eluded the squad car. Luckily no one was hurt.

Feist was later found and arrested, while four policemen were disciplined for taking the chase onto the course and unnecessarily putting civilians in danger, according to The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. Feist would eventually plead guilty and is currently serving 11 years in federal prison.

There’s a good chance his runaway video remains popular long after his sentence is through.

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