He slipped out of his handcuffs and got behind the wheel of a patrol car before being shot by a South Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper.
Those are just a few of the details in a report filed Wednesday following the Rapid City incident. 27-year-old William Chandler is facing several charges.
It started as a pursuit near Sturgis and ended in the parking lot of a machinery dealership in Rapid City.
That is where South Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper Mike Bock pulled out his handgun and shot Chandler.
A new report from the Attorney General says Bock first tried to pull Chandler over when he went speeding past him at 80 miles per hour through Boulder Canyon on September 30.
The pursuit reached 104 miles per hour on Interstate 90 between Sturgis and Rapid City. It ended when another trooper intentionally crashed into Chandler's vehicle after the 27-year-old man started driving the wrong way on Interstate 90 to avoid spike strips.
Chandler and his passenger, Joseph Andrews, both ran toward the Butler Machinery parking lot. That's where both Andrews and Chandler were handcuffed.
But while Chandler was in the back seat of the patrol car, he escaped from his handcuffs, moved into the driver's seat and started driving through the parking lot of the machinery dealership.
Trooper Bock and Trooper Chris Regan were yelling at Chandler to stop. That's when Chandler put the car in reverse and started backing up toward the troopers. And that's when Bock fired one round through the back window and hit Chandler.
Toxicology reports showed that Chandler had meth and marijuana in his system. He also had a blood alcohol content of 0.036, which is below the legal limit.
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