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Lincoln man arrested on multiple counts of fleeing arrest, rotisserie chicken theft
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Lincoln man arrested on multiple counts of fleeing arrest, rotisserie chicken theft

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In an 11-day stretch, a 23-year-old Lincoln man racked up more than a dozen various offenses, including operating a vehicle to avoid arrest, disturbing the peace, vandalism and theft of a rotisserie chicken, according to the Lincoln Police Department. 


Sonlee Prack

Sonlee Prack was arrested Tuesday, shortly after he ran from the scene of a  crash at Antelope Valley Parkway and O Street that he allegedly caused when he ran a red light and turned into oncoming traffic. The other driver suffered a minor head injury. 

Police had pursued Prack before several times, the first following a crash on July 9 when he fled at a high rate of speed. 

On July 13 and July 16, police attempted to stop Prack twice more, and twice more he evaded officers. 

Police also identified Prack as the man who stole a rotisserie chicken on July 11 from the Super Saver on Cornhusker Highway. 

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