High Speed Motorcycle Chase Results In Arrest of Jasper Man


Facing Multiple Charges

  ADAM J. PFAU – Facing Multiple Charges

Jasper (NNDD) – A high speed motorcycle chase late Tuesday night resulted in the arrest of a Jasper man and the filing of four felony and two misdemeanor charges against him. Adam J. Pfau, 33, was arrested and lodged in the Dubois County Security Center.

Jasper City Police report the chase began when they observed a black motorcycle traveling traveling 108 miles per hour in a 55 MPH zone on U.S. 231 south of 100S. An attempt was made to stop the motorcycle, but the operator failed to stop and turned onto Hiway 162. He then turned around at the railroad tracks on 162 and began to travel back west, proceeding at a high rate of speed, turned south at the intersection of 231 and 162, nearly being struck by a vehicle. Police say the motorcycle reached speeds of 127 miles per hour traveling south of 231 before coming to a stop at 231 and 250S where the pursing officer was able to place the operator into custody.

Pfau admitted to officers that he had consumed alcohol, but refused certified chemical tests and was lodged in the security center. He was charged with resisting law enforcement, criminal recklessness, operating a vehicle HTV, and operating while intoxicated, all level 6 felonies, and operating while intoxicated, a Class A misdemeanor, and reckless driving, a Class C misdemeanor.

The Jasper Police Department was assisted by the Dubois County Sheriff’s Department, Huntingburg Police Department, and Uebelhors Wrecker Service.


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