FAIRBANKS (AP) -- Fairbanks police have arrested a second suspect in a high-speed chase over the weekend that resulted in a raid of a North Pole Hell's Angels compound.
Police arrested Thomas P. Hale, 36, on Tuesday after he arrived at the police department accompanied by his attorney. He faces a felony charge of eluding police.
The chase began Saturday night when Fairbanks Police Officer Peyton Merideth recognized Hale with a group of three other motorcyclists in a parking lot of a liquor store.
Hale, Michael Marley and two other riders took off, at times reaching speeds of more than 90 miles-per-hour, police said. Two of the riders stopped, but Hale and Marley continued.
Marley was arrested after his motorcycle struck the officer's patrol car. He was arraigned Sunday.
A search of the Hell's Angels compound on Saturday uncovered drug paraphernalia but no drugs. It was raided by officers from five law enforcement agencies. The compound is west of the Richardson Highway between Fairbanks and North Pole.
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