BURNETT COUNTY -- Authorities are seeking the public’s assiastance in locatiing a man that apparently eluded law enforcement following a high-speed chase that occurred around 7:30a on March 1, 2020, according to the St. Croix Tribal Police Dept.

Shaun J. Belisle fled from the St. Croix Tribal Police Department when an Officer attempted to stop Belisle’s vehicle after he left the Danbury casino. The pursuit reached speeds over 100 miles per hour before Belisle’s vehicle crashed in a ditch. Belisle then fled into the woods. K9 Tracker was brought in, but was unable to locate Belisle. After towing Belisle’s vehicle, methamphetamine was located in the vehicle. St. Croix Tribal PD requests that anyone with any information call 911 as Belisle is wanted on numerous criminal charges.


(Press Release) -- On 03-01-2020, around 7:30 am, St. Croix Tribal Police Department attempted to stop Shaun J. Belisle in a vehicle he was driving in Danbury after he was spotted leaving the Danbury Casino. Shaun had an active Felony Probation warrant.

A pursuit started as the vehicle reached speeds over 100 mph. The pursuit went west on State Highway 77 and then southbound on County Road F. The suspect vehicle then attempted to turn north onto St. Croix Trail and crashed in the ditch. Shaun fled on foot westbound into the woods. The vehicle was searched for other occupants and a perimeter was set up for a K9 track.

K9 Tracker assisted in the track and we were unable to locate him. The vehicle was towed and 8.04 grams of methamphetamine in three separate gem baggies were located on the driver’s floor of the vehicle.

Shaun J. Belisle, 09/26/1986 is currently wanted for the following charges.

• Felony probation warrant
• Felony fleeing
• Possession of Methamphetamine with intent to deliver
• Reckless Endangerment
• Obstruction
• Unsafe lane deviation
• Operating a vehicle left of center line
• Unreasonable and imprudent speed

If you have information on where he is at please call our Department or your nearest Police Agency. If you see him call 911.

Thank you Burnett County Sheriff’s Office, Webster Police Department for the assistance.

-Per St. Croix Tribal Police Department


Pursuant to the direction of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, as found in Supreme Court Rule 20:3.6, Trial Publicly, you are advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.


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