Sibley, Iowa — Two Sibley area residents were apprehended last week with the help of the Sheldon Police Department’s K9, after they lead Osceola County authorities on a high-speed chase.

According to the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, while on routine patrol in Sibley, an Osceola County deputy reports that they saw a 1998 GMC Yukon being driven by 20-year-old Brandon Martin Collins of Sibley. The deputy says they knew that there was a valid arrest warrant for Collins on a domestic abuse assault charge, so they attempted to stop Collins. They tell us Collins refused to stop, and a high-speed pursuit ensued.

The sheriff’s office tells us the vehicle pursuit ended at 190th Street and Tanager Avenue near Ocheyedan, but Collins and his passenger, 19-year-old Jaiden Mae Gramlow of Sibley exited the vehicle and fled on foot into corn and bean fields.

That’s when the Iowa State Patrol and Sheldon Police got involved. Balin, the Sheldon Police K9 assisted in the search, as did the patrol. The sheriff’s office also deployed its drone for tracking purposes.

They tell us both Collins and Gramlow were apprehended without incident. Gramlow was charged with interference with official acts and violation of a no-contact order, both simple misdemeanors. Collins was charged with eluding, driving while revoked, interference with official acts, violation of a no-contact order, reckless driving, speeding, and failure to obey a stop sign. Collins was booked into the Osceola County Jail and released upon posting 10% of a $5000 bond. Gramlow was booked and released after posting a $300 cash bond.

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