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Saturday, November 17, 2012
Roadwork subcontractor arrested
Allegedly offered $30K bribe, threats after U.S. 1 chase that reached 110 mph

The president of a company working on the North Roosevelt Boulevard project tried to buy off a deputy early Friday for $30,000 after a high-speed chase up U.S. 1 that reached 110 mph, according to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office.

State Site Development Inc. President John Quincy Chaney, 64, of Kendall, was charged with DUI -- reportedly his third -- fleeing and eluding...

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