New Richland Teen Faces Charges After Doing Burnouts in the USC Parking Lot and Allegedly Leading Police on a Chase

A New Richland teenager appeared in Faribault County Court on Monday for numerous charges after recently leading authorities on a high speed chase at an area school before crashing into a sign.


Eighteen year old Kyle Segebart was charged with fleeing Police and misdemeanors for reckless driving and property damage following an incident which occurred last Friday in a parking lot at the United South Central School in Wells.


A Wells Police Officer observe Segebart doing burnouts in the school parking lot as students were being dismissed Friday, according to a Court complaint.


The Officer attempted to initiate a traffic stop, at which time, Segebart allegedly sped away traveling through several neighborhoods at a high rate of speed.


Segebart later crashed into a sign pillar at a local concrete business.


Segebart and a juvenile passenger, suffered minor injuries in the crash.