By Ross Guidotti

PITTSBURGH (KDKA)– A Mt. Pleasant man is accused of taking police on a wild ride through a cornfield.

Daniel Sabulsky, 34, allegedly got into a fight with his girlfriend, but when police arrived, he got in the car and took them on an off-road car chase.

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It started on Frick Avenue when police got a call about a very drunk man arguing with people.

According to police, when they showed up, Sabulsky took off.

He reportedly led them on a 12.5-mile pursuit through Mt. Pleasant and down Route 119 with speeds topping out at times over 100 mph. He went through several parking lots before dashing off into a cornfield, then surrendering near the woods.

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Alvin B. Vance Jr. farms thousands of acres in and around Mt. Pleasant, with people occasionally driving through his crops.

“It can be quite common,” he said.

“It’s a rare deal that police are chasing the cars, though.”

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Sabulsky faces multiple charges and is in Westmoreland County jail on $50,000 bond.