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Plea Agreement Reached in Glidewell Case

Prosecution and defense attorneys have submitted their plea agreement in the case of a man who led authorities on two separate high-speed chases in November.
    Attorneys are awaiting another hearing after reaching a plea agreement for an Illinois man who led authorities on two high speed chases in November.
    Thirty-year-old Joseph Glidewell is charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle and evading arrest.
    He's pleading no contest to those charges.
    Prosecution and defense attorneys are requesting he be sentenced to 20 months in state jail.
    In mid-November, a Wichita County sheriff's deputy tried to stop Glidewell along Highway 277 for driving a stolen Jeep.
    Glidewell fled from the deputy and was eventually apprehended in Baylor County.
    Then while awaiting to appear before a judge at the Baylor County Courthouse, authorities say Glidewell escaped, stole a farm truck, and took off.
    A Wichita County deputy shot out the tires of the stolen truck, and Glidewell was then taken into custody a second time.
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