Proudfoot facing weapons charges in Stevens County
MORRIS – An Appleton man arrested in Morris this month following a high-speed chase along Highway 28 is facing additional charges after law enforcement officers found weapons and a bullet-resistant vest they believe belong to him.
Joshua Proudfoot, 35, is facing an additional count of possession of a firearm after being convicted of a crime of violence and one count of committing a crime while wearing or possessing a bullet resistant vest.
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