Man fleeing police drowns in pond in southeast Wisconsin

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FRANKLIN, Wis. (AP) -- Police say a man fleeing police drowned when he jumped into a pond in southeastern Wisconsin.

Franklin police say police were called Saturday afternoon to a fraud complaint at a store and began chasing the man, who was in a car. The man abandoned the car after getting into an accident.

Police say the man jumped into a pond and never surfaced. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports the Franklin Dive Team recovered his body.



 
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