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Beje Clark inmate destined for jail runs from Mason City police, caught after ride on transit bus

MASON CITY - A Beje Clark inmate destined for jail ran from Mason City police, but was caught after a ride on a transit bus.

MASON CITY – A Beje Clark inmate destined for jail ran from Mason City police, but was caught after a ride on a transit bus.

On Oct 13, 2022. at 8:25 AM, Mason City Police were dispatched to BeJe Clark (818 15th ST SW) to transport a resident to jail for various DOC-related violations. As officers arrived, the involved resident (Justin Stauffer) ran north from the building. Police believe Stauffer boarded a Mason City Transit bus which had coincidentally stopped nearby on S Harrison at a designated stop as all this was occurring.

A witness had reported that Stauffer may have boarded the transit bus. So as officers worked with Transit staff to locate the bus which would have been in the area. Transit staff reported the bus was now at the main terminal and that our suspect may still be aboard. Officers converged on the Terminal to find Stauffer was now inside the bus terminal in Central Park. Stauffer apparently saw the officers arriving and fled on foot again.

After a lengthy foot pursuit through downtown, Stauffer was finally arrested in the 100 block of 2nd ST NE. Mason City Police were assisted by an officer with Iowa Dept of Motor Vehicle Enforcement in the apprehension.

Stauffer’s charges include Escape and Interference with Official Acts.

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