A Council Bluffs man who prosecutors say led police on the fastest chase ever on a public highway in Iowa was convicted on charges of eluding an officer.
A Pottawattamie County jury convicted James Foldenauer on Wednesday.
The 39-year-old Foldenauer was charged with leading officers on a motorcycle chase that reached 188 mph on Interstate 29 in August
Assistant County Attorney Tom Nelson says the high-speed chase
is believed to be the fastest on a public highway in the state.
He says an Iowa State Patrol airplane, several state troopers, and Omaha police tracked and eventually caught Foldenauer.
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