(Beaver Dam) A Milwaukee man will spend six months in jail for leading Beaver Dam police on a high-speed chase. Patrick D. Angelo Neal-Brown pled guilty yesterday to charges of felony Fleeing or Eluding a Traffic Officer and had misdemeanor counts of Obstructing an Officer and Operating a Motor Vehicle While Revoked dismissed but read into the record. Police attempted a traffic stop in December after the 27-year-old made a turn from the wrong lane on North Spring Street with a broken tail light and suspended registration. Neal-Brown sped down North Center Street at 85-miles-per-hour before entering the township at speeds near 100-miles-per-hour. His engine blew on Highway 33 at Hemlock Road and the vehicle slowed to around 30-miles-per-hour, which allowed two female passengers to jump out. Neal-Brown abandoned the vehicle in a cornfield and fled on foot. He was arrested the following morning while hitchhiking on Highway 33. Neal-Brown told authorities that he drove the women to a Clyman strip club and got lost on the way home and wound up in Beaver Dam. In addition to six months in jail with work release privileges, he was also placed on probation for three years and lost his license for six months.