Four arrested after high-speed pursuit near Red Oak, Iowa
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Iowa (WOWT) - Four people, including three juveniles, were arrested after a high-speed pursuit near Red Oak on Wednesday morning.
The Montgomery County sheriff’s office reported that the pursuit began about 12:39 a.m. when deputies attempted a traffic stop at Highway 34 and E Avenue, west of Red Oak.
The driver took off, reaching 105 mph before Red Oak police officers successfully deployed stop sticks at Highway 34 and G Avenue, two miles east on the edge of Red Oak. The vehicle hit the stop sticks and then went down into a ditch.
Four people who ran from the ditch were apprehended. The sheriff’s office reports that Gray Donmor of Des Moines had an outstanding warrant for conspiracy to commit a forcible felony in Dallas County.
Three juveniles were also arrested for various reasons and sent to the Juvenile Detention Center in Council Bluffs.
One juvenile was booked for second-degree theft, possession of a stolen vehicle, and for felony eluding. The juvenile also had a warrant for theft out of Polk County.
A second juvenile was booked for interfering with official acts and for providing false information. the juvenile also had a warrant out of Polk County for assault and eluding authorities.
The third juvenile was booked for interfering with official acts. Authorities also noted that he was listed as a missing juvenile.
The Mills County Sheriff’s office also assisted during the event.
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