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A Windom man, Clinton Roy Glidden, age 33, was sentenced in Redwood County Court for leading a deputy on a high speed chase near Walnut Grove last January.

According to court documents, at about 4 a.m. on Jan. 18, a Redwood County deputy was in Walnut Grove, and noted a vehicle traveling southbound at high speed on Derby Avenue. The vehicle didn’t signal for two separate turns, drove on the wrong side of the street, had a tail light out, and no license plates.

When the deputy attempted to stop the vehicle, it sped off, reaching speeds of over 100 mph over about 35 miles. At times the vehicle veered into the opposing lane of traffic. The deputy was eventually able to get the vehicle to spin off into the ditch. The driver, Clinton Glidden, admitted there were warrants out for his arrest, and that his drivers license had been revoked.

On March 18, Clinton Glidden was sentenced for felony-level fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle to 17 months in the correctional facility in St. Cloud, stayed for three years, 45 days local confinement, three years supervised probation, and fines and fees of $685.