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Valley Man Pleads Not Guilty in Chase Case

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A Grafton man accused of leading police on chases in August in Grand Forks and Fargo has pleaded not guilty to numerous charges against him.

Juan Robles faces 10 felony counts, including fleeing police, reckless endangerment and drug possession. Each count carries a maximum prison sentence of five years upon conviction. He also faces several misdemeanor counts.

Prosecutors say Robles, who's 32, led police on dangerous chases three times over five days, causing several accidents including two that involved minor injuries.

Robles escaped capture twice but was arrested after crashing his car in the third chase.

Defense attorney Ted Sandberg has said it's not clear that Robles was driving the cars police say he was.

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