VIDEO: The dash-cam view of a police chase through a golf course
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VIDEO: The dash-cam view of a police chase through a golf course

Want to get a first-person view of what it's like to be on a police chase through a golf course? Then you've come to the right place.

In June 2014, Moorhead, Minn., police were chasing Kendall Feist when the suspect decided to drive onto Village Green Golf Course. The video of the chase was a viral sensation. Now, thanks to KFGO-TV, we get a view of what it was like to be the officers behind the wheel during the chase. The station acquired dash-cam footage of the chase, including audio that at one point indicates surprise that the officers had taken the chase on the links.

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The pursuit ended at West Acres Shopping Center in Fargo, where officers found Feist hiding in a dumpster. Several officers were reprimanded for how they handled the chase.

Feist was recently sentenced to 11 years in federal prison for selling meth.

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