WINNESHIEK COUNTY, Iowa – A northeast Iowa man is facing multiple felony charges after an ATV crash resulted in a man going armed and threatening to harm others.
Jayme Kimber, 38, of Decorah, is facing two counts of felony going armed with intent, one count of aggravated assault while displaying a dangerous weapon and reckless driving.
It began Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. when the Winneshiek County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call about an ATV accident on 155th Ave.
When deputies arrived, the ATV was located but the driver was gone. Another 911 call was received on Middle Sattre Rd. near where the accident happened and authorities learned Kimber was on the property threatening others.
He was located in a shed amongst hay bales at around 2:45 a.m. Wednesday morning. The firearms were located and seized.
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