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HARDEN TAKES PLEA DEAL IN RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT CASE

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A man who led Cumberland County authorities on a high-speed chase last year took a plea deal in criminal court yesterday. Court officials say 36-year-old Samuel Ranson Harden II is accused of stealing a Kawasaki 636 motorcycle in June 2017. When officers attempted to pull Harden over, a chase ensued. Harden was later caught by authorities. Harden faced reckless endangerment, theft and evading arrest. In court yesterday, Harden plead to evading arrest and was sentenced to three years on probation with 60 days to serve in jail.

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