MINNESOTA NEWS ROUNDUP: Short foot chase leads to arrest in Rochester
ROCHESTER, Minn. -- Here's proof that it might be a good idea to hire a runner as a police officer. A Rochester man led Olmsted County Sheriff’s deputies on a short foot chase Monday morning, but he didn't get far. Jeremy Fabian was wanted on an unspecified warrant when deputies spotted him at McDonalds. He took off running, officers chased, and one was about to use a Tazer on Fabian when another deputy tackled him. That officer is also Mayo High School's track coach.