PASCAGOULA, Miss. (AP) -- A man suspected of robbing banks in
Daphne, Ala., and Pensacola, Fla., has been captured in Pascagoula
after leading deputies on a high speed chase.
WLOX-TV reports (that 48-year-old David Paul Beaudoin, of Detroit, was spotted Tuesday heading west on Interstate 10. Investigators say he was driving a car that had been reported stolen.
Beaudoin led deputies on a chase through Pascagoula that ended when the car left the road and he ran away. But the Jackson County Sheriff's Department's K-9 "Chuck" stopped Beaudoin before he could get far.
Deputies say Beaudoin is wanted in Michigan for violating
parole. He's also suspected of robbing a BB&T Bank in Daphne on
Tuesday and a Sun Trust bank in Pensacola on Friday. Money taken in the Alabama robbery was recovered.
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