Authorities: Driver sped at 100 mph, claimed tie to ‘Mexican mafia’

9th September, 2015 by


The Rifle man caught with Gypsum shooting suspect Jesus Manuel Miranda Jr. will face his own laundry list of charges after he led police on a 100 mph chase down Highway 6 on the night of Sept. 4. According to his arrest affidavit, Daniel Happle, 38, told police that “the ‘Mexican mafia’ had called him and told him to pick up Jesus Miranda and give him a ride.” When a Garfield County deputy tried to pull him over for an expired plate near New Castle, he ran for it.Miranda is charged with first-degree attempted murder, first-degree robbery, three other felonies …

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