Update - according to a post from the police department Schueneman has been taken into custody - 

Casey has been successfully located and taken into custody. Thank you to all who spread the word!

The Menomonie Police are searching for a person who ran away from a traffic stop last night and crashed his vehicle. According to the police department:

On June 18, 2023 The Dunn County Sheriff's Office and the Menomonie Police Department were dispatched to a traffic complaint of a red hatchback vehicle swerving all over the roadway on US 12/29 near the government center. Dunn County Deputies made a traffic stop on the vehicle near the intersection of 9th St. E. and 11th Ave. E. in the City of Menomonie and identified the operator as Casey Craig Schueneman M/W 2/24/1981. MPD Officers assisted in the traffic stop and attempts were made to get Schueneman to exit the vehicle for field sobriety tests; however, Schueneman refused to cooperate with law enforcement. During the stop, Schueneman put his vehicle in drive and fled the stop location after hitting a set of spikes in front of his vehicle. Schueneman also jumped the curb and hit a road sign as he fled. After a brief pursuit, Schueneman crashed his vehicle on 14th Ave. E. near 6th St. E. and fled on foot. The Dunn County Sheriff's Office and the Menomonie Police Department are looking for your assistance in locating Schueneman. He fled the scene without his phone or wallet and is presumed to be in the City of Menomonie.

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