SHERIDAN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) -- Charges are expected following a high speed chase in West Michigan's Sheridan Township in which police found $1 million in a man's car.
WOOD-TV in Grand Rapids and the Battle Creek Enquirer report Saturday that the driver was in the Calhoun County jail awaiting charges.
His name was not released.
Michigan State Police said the man pulled off suddenly after he initially was stopped about 8 p.m. Friday about 65 miles southeast of Grand Rapids. He eventually pulled over and surrendered after a 10-mile chase.
The cash was found during a search of the car.
Police said the money may be drug proceeds.
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