When A Traffic Stop Becomes Much More

When A Traffic Stop Becomes Much More

Dale Bielhe

SOULBYVILLE — People get pulled over all the time, usually without incident. This was not one of those times.

Photo Biehle, Dale Motorcycle

Dale Beihle was first stopped on a silver and red motorcycle in Soulsbyville at around 1 P.M. on December 5.  It was determined that his vehicle had no licensing and that his own license was suspended.  He was initially detained for failing to give the right away to a Sheriff, but chose to then lead deputies on a 10-mile chase  that ended with him ditching his bike, running down an embankment and continuing to flee by foot, and climbing a barb-wired fence. The pursuit ended in a field where Sheriffs were able to apprehend the suspect.

Paraphernalia discovered on Biehle at the time of arrest.

Paraphernalia discovered on Biehle at the time of arrest.

Beihle was then searched and arrested for evasion, failure to give right of way, driving on a suspended license, and operating an unregistered vehicle.  It was also determined that he was in possession of two hypodermic needles and a large amount of methamphetamine and marijuana.  Paramedics were called and Beihle was cleared to be arrested.

He was later released on $50,000 bail.

Photos courtesy of Tuolumne County Sheriff.

When A Traffic Stop Becomes Much More was last modified: December 8th, 2015 by admin
Categories: Tuolumne

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