Kyle Fossett, 31, of Madison appeared in court for a bond hearing on Monday.
Fossett is facing his third DUI charge, failure to stop, eluding law enforcement and driving with a revoked license. His bond was set at $500 cash with the stipulation that he participate in the 24-7 program, which requires Fossett to report to the Sheriff's Office twice a day for a breathalizer test to check for evidence of alcohol consumption.
Fossett was arrested at about 2 a.m. Friday after taking a Madison police officer on a chase through Madison. Officer Aaron Talich spotted Fossett driving north on Egan Ave. without his headlights on. When Talich initiated a traffic stop, Fossett had already turned east onto 2nd St. and immediately turned onto Lee Ave., and headed north, where he increased his speed to approximately 40-45 mph. Fossett soon turned east onto 6th St., then north onto Washington Ave., where he increased his speed in excess of 60 mph.
Talich observed Fossett's headlights turning on after Fossett passed 15th St. Fossett lost control of his vehicle after he plunged through three snow drifts. Upon losing control, he entered to east ditch and rolled his vehicle. The vehicle came to a rest in an open field south of 231st St.
When officers arrived at the vehicle, Fossett had exited the vehicle and fled on foot. Talich and Sheriff's Deputy Grant Lanning pursued for about a quarter-mile and arrested Fossett, who was later taken to the Madison Community Hospital for a blood draw to determine his blood alcohol level.
Fossett is scheduled for his initial appearance in Circuit Court on Thursday.