Horicon Teenager Arrested After Escaping Juvenile Facility, Leading Police on High Speed Chase

(Horicon) A teenager, who escaped from a facility for at-risk juveniles and later led authorities in Dodge County on a high speed chase in a stolen vehicle, has been ordered to pay over $15,000 in restitution. Timothy Doud of Jefferson was placed on probation last month after pleading “no contest” to a felony charge of Fleeing an Officer; two misdemeanors dismissed but read into the record. The 17-year-old and another teen left the Rawhide Boys Ranch in New London to visit friends in Jefferson County when Horicon Police officers attempted to stop their vehicle. The chase began in Horicon and ended in the Waupun High School parking lot and at times reached over 100mph. During the pursuit, Doud managed to avoid road-spikes and later entered the ditch and rammed a Horicon squad car while getting out. In total, three squad cars were damaged; two from Horicon and one from the sheriff’s department.