Update: New Details In Two-County Chase & Manhunt

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Updated: 10/02/2013 10:48 pm
State Police say a three-county car chase topped 115 miles an hour at times.

Troopers say it started Wednesday when they tried to pull over Willie Burnett IV in Bath County.

But he wouldn't stop, according to troopers.

State Police say he led them on a chase through Montgomery County and Clark County before a tire deflation caused Burnett to hit a sign.

Troopers say he then ran.

Police searched for an hour and found him in a cornfield off Rolling Hills Road.

According to troopers, Burnett was wanted on outstanding warrants.

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