WINNEBAGO, Neb. | A Winnebago, Neb., man who led police on a high-speed chase was sentenced to probation.

Richard Brownrigg, 59, was ordered to serve five years of probation for a charge of resisting a federal officer.

Brownrigg drove 90 mph on U.S. Highway 77 south of Winnebago while fleeing a Bureau of Indian Affairs Officer on Nov. 2, 2013, according to court documents.

He stopped behind the tribal court offices in the city of Winnebago, but then struggled with the officer while trying to drive away again, according to court documents.

The officer's jaw was knocked out of alignment on the door jam of the car.

Brownrigg was previously ordered to serve 300 days in jail for state charges of drunken driving in the incident.