New Ulm suspect arrested after chase, gunfire in Minneapolis

  • Article by: PAUL WALSH and MATT MCKINNEY , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 16, 2014 - 8:01 AM

New Ulm man with an extensive criminal record led federal agents on a chase in northeast Minneapolis. A warrant was issued after he fled a treatment program in July.

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flettpharmJan. 15, 14 3:21 PM

Buck Otto White, 48, was recently charged with nine felonies, eight related to being a felon in possession of a firearm and one for third-degree: He is a career criminal and should be sentenced to death.

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AlaskaJimJan. 15, 14 3:24 PM

Buck White, what a great name.

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selfmadeJan. 15, 14 3:29 PM

"Four shots, no kill" is NOT the motto of the skilled marksman.

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freedubayJan. 15, 14 4:02 PM

He's has quite the record, from Nov 2012. He's been pretty busy..... Was charged with felony receiving stolen property this week over allegations that he stole thousands of dollars worth of tools from the Jordan area recently. 47-year-old Buck Otto White and an unidentified blonde female are the suspects in the thefts after a GMC Suburban registered to White was spotted fleeing the scene of the crimes in Jordan recently. Some of the items reported stolen were later found in a garage at White’s residence. He is currently serving a 2-year probation sentence for a credit card fraud conviction in Scott County earlier this year as well, and has older convictions for theft and possessing stolen property also.

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JackSchmidtJan. 15, 14 4:16 PM

Call me cruel, but had he been shot and killed, it would have saved the tax payers of this state LOTS of money.

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flettpharmJan. 15, 14 4:20 PM

"Four shots, no kill": Even when my brother-in-law is totaly drunk while deer hunting can do better than that!

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jds275Jan. 15, 14 5:12 PM

Selgmade: Fill us all in on all that went down. You appear to have been there and saw it all. Everyone knows that you would have never missed a shot on the move, when there may have been rounds fired back at you.

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anotherbrianJan. 15, 14 5:53 PM

My friend and I, having just left Manning's, we're nearly t-boned at 22nd and Como by this fool flying through the stop sign. He side swiped a city bus and sheared the mirrors off of cars along Como. According to the article he crashed 10 blocks later. If I had not yelled "stop!" and my friend had driven two seconds further into the intersection he (and possibly me) would be dead. My friend sat there in shock for a few moments, thinking his daughters probably. Only now do I know why law enforcement was chasing the black SUV through a residential neighborhood. I was nearly killed because of that decision. Hope it was worth it. Be careful out there.

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wiseoracleJan. 15, 14 6:09 PM

Leo's have become too trigger happy. you would thing with all the Leo bullets fires in the last 3yrs or so... they'd get better at their aim. there seems to be a lack of real accountability for rounds fired. if someone is fleeing, shouldn't you give pursuit? goes double for being in a neighborhood. article doesn't say it Leo was fired upon.. so we need to get some facts; but the overall point remains.

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Geezer1976Jan. 15, 14 7:18 PM

Another high speed chase that could have easily ended up with innocent people being injured or killed. come on cops, wake up.

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