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Pursuit

posted on 8/3/20

On 8/3/2020 at approximately 13:42 hrs a Worth County Deputy was patrolling just south of Kensett. The Deputy observed a silver Chrysler Sebring going south from Kensett. The Deputy recognized the driver to be Justin Mulliner from Kensett. The Deputy had prior knowledge that Mulliner did not have a driver’s license. The Deputy turned to around to make a traffic stop. The vehicle turned west on 390th St. The Deputy was trying to catch up to Mulliner with Lights and Sirens activated. Mulliner turned south on Olive Ave and continued south until 340th St where he went west and turned south onto Nettle Ave where the Pursuit ended. Mulliner had also ran a stop sign crossing Hwy 9 and almost struck another vehicle at 370th St. Mulliner was charged with Driving While Barred, Eluding, Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device, and speeding.

Assisting Worth County was the Iowa State Patrol and Iowa Motor Vehicle Enforcement.

All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in the court of law.

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