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Lake Mills man charged after high-speed pursuit, resisting arrest

RURAL JOICE, IOWA – A Lake Mills man is facing charges after he sped away from Worth county law enforcement and then refused text his vehicle.

On December 12, 2019 at 11:59 PM, a Worth County Deputy attempted to stop a Maroon 2002 Ford Taurus with expired registration. The incident turned into a brief high speed pursuit heading west on 410th Street from Joice Iowa. The vehicle attempted to elude law enforcement by increasing to speeds of at-least 85MPH in the 55MPH zone. The driver identified as Jason Charles Jensen of Lake Mills yielded to the Deputy’s lights and sirens by pulling over on the 100 Block of 410th Street but remained uncompliant. Jensen refused to exit the vehicle. He had to be forcibly removed from the vehicle after refusing to comply with Deputies.

Jensen was arrested and charged with Eluding-speed over 25 over limit (aggravated misdemeanor), Driving While Barred (aggravated misdemeanor), Interference with Official Acts (simple misdemeanor), and Registration Violation (simple misdemeanor).

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