Milwaukee Man Will Head To Trial For High-Speed Chase Through Beaver Dam

(Beaver Dam) A Milwaukee man accused of leading Beaver Dam police on a high-speed chase will head to trial. Patrick D. Angelo Neal-Brown waived his right to a preliminary hearing Thursday on charges of felony Fleeing or Eluding a Traffic Officer and misdemeanor Obstructing an Officer and Operating a Motor Vehicle While Revoked. Police attempted a traffic stop last Tuesday after the 26-year-old made a turn from the wrong lane on North Spring Street with a broken tail light and suspended registration. Neal-Brown reportedly 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 reportedly 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. If convicted, the charges carry a maximum sentence of over four years in prison. An arraignment hearing is scheduled for January 31.