A man was arrested Sunday afternoon in Rochester after allegedly trying to get away from police by running through a restaurant and into the woods.

Chad J. Dandeneau, 47, was spotted by a Rochester police officer in the parking lot of the Rochester Crossing shopping center on Washington Street in Rochester around 1:35 p.m.  Dandeneau parked in front of the IHOP and got out and walked towards the restaurant, according to police.

He already had an encounter with Rochester police less than a month ago on Farmington Road and was wanted on charges of resisting arrest and reckless operation.

When Dandeneau noticed police he made a run for it on foot through the IHOP, out the back door and into the woods. Police chased Dandeneau and apprehended him without incident.

Dandeneau was charged with resisting arrest/detention and  driving after suspension –  from Sunday's incident. He was formally charged from the earlier incident on June 14 including reckless conduct with a deadly weapon, disobeying an office and driving after a suspension

He also faces a list of previous charges including fugitive from justice in the state of Maine and three bench warrants from Seabrook.

Dandeneau refused bail and will be arraigned on Tuesday.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNH

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