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2 people arrested following high-speed chase in southwest Iowa

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2 people arrested following high-speed chase in southwest Iowa

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Southwestern Iowa chase reaches speed of 116, ends with 2 arrested

A January 12 high-speed chase in southwestern Iowa ended with the arrest of two people, according to the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office. , east of Sidney, Iowa. The vehicle did not stop, reaching a speed of 116 mph and traveling approximately five miles. The occupants of the vehicle changed drivers and stopped on Highway 2 near Farragut, Iowa. The first driver, Jacob Morton, 30, of Albemarle, North Carolina, initially gave the deputies a fraudulent name. Morton was later found to have an active warrant for his arrest in North Carolina. He was charged with reckless driving, evasion, providing false information, fleeing from justice, possession of controlled substances (meth) and possession of drug paraphernalia (meth). The second driver, Jeanna Dockter, 58, of Sidney, Iowa, was charged with possession of controlled substances (meth) and possession of drug paraphernalia (meth). Morton is being held without bond pending charges in Iowa and North Carolina.

A January 12 high-speed chase in southwestern Iowa ended with the arrest of two people, according to the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office.

The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office reported that deputies attempted to stop a 2021 Volkswagen Jetta on Jan. 12 for speeding on Highway 2, east of Sidney, Iowa.

The vehicle did not stop, reaching a speed of 116 mph and traveling approximately five miles. The occupants of the vehicle changed drivers and stopped on Highway 2 near Farragut, Iowa.

The first driver, Jacob Morton, 30, of Albemarle, North Carolina, initially gave the deputies a fraudulent name. Morton was later found to have an active warrant for his arrest in North Carolina. He was charged with reckless driving, evasion, providing false information, flight from justice, possession of controlled substances (meth) and possession of drug paraphernalia (meth).

The second driver, Jeanna Dockter, 58, of Sidney, Iowa, was charged with Possession of Controlled Substances (Methamphetamine) and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (Methamphetamine).

Morton is being held without bond pending charges in Iowa and North Carolina.

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