Authorities in Buchanan County got more than they expected when they stopped a Randalia Sunday night after a high-speed chase. A sheriff’s deputy pulled over a van driven by 36-year-old Terry Knebel for driving left of the center line. When he deputy asked Knebel about a strong smell in the van, Knebel took off, starting a 30-minute high-speed chase that included officers from Independence and Jesup Police, and the State Patrol. When it ended on a rural Buchanan County road, Knebel was arrested. Members of the Raid Task Force were called, and say they found a “mobile meth lab” inside the van. Knebel was charged with driving without a license, speeding, reckless driving, trying to elude law-enforcement, no insurance…and more charges are pending.
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