FORT PIERRE — A 51 year-old White River man has pleaded guilty to leading law enforcement in Stanley County on a high-speed pursuit and manhunt back in September. Monte Brill entered guilty pleas to Possession of Marijuana, Eluding and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Tuesday in Stanley County. In providing a factual basis for the pleas to Sixth Circuit Judge Margo Northrup, Stanley County States Attorney Thomas P. Maher says Brill was clocked by a Stanley County deputy going 114 miles an hour 10 miles west of Fort Pierre when the deputy attempted a traffic stop. Brill drove off U-S Highway 14 on a trail and headed toward Bad River Road across a ranch owned by Ted Turner. He attempted to flee on foot until finally being arrested. Inside Brill’s vehicle, police found a container with less than a half pound of marijuana, 800 small plastic baggies and a scale. Sentencing for Brill is tentatively set for January 17th.