Waukesha Man Gets Probation For Police Chase Near Hustisford

11/10/17 – A Waukesha man will spend two years on probation for fleeing from police near Hustisford over Memorial Day weekend. James Bultynck pled no contest Friday to one felony count of Attempting To Elude a Traffic Officer. On May 27, Dodge County deputies noticed a group of motorcycles heading southbound on Mill Street. The deputy attempted to make contact with the lead biker but he accelerated off at a high rate of speed. The deputy chased the biker for over a mile at speeds in excess of 100 mph. The pursuit was called off but police officers in Hartford later apprehended Bultynck. The 32-year-old told authorities that he did not see the cop trying to stop him. Bultynck refused to take a field sobriety test at the scene. The officer reported that the suspects eyes were bloodshot and he could detect a strong odor of intoxicants so a warrant was issued and a mandatory blood draw was taken. In addition to probation, Bultynck must blow into a tube to start his car for 17 months.