A 29-year-old man is facing charges for eluding and first-degree theft in connection to a two-county, 25-mile pursuit Tuesday morning.
Adam Collings is being held on $10,000 bond in the Worth County Jail.
The pursuit began in Cerro Gordo County and lasted nearly 25 miles ended when stop sticks were deployed Tuesday morning on Interstate-35.
The Iowa State Patrol said a sergeant attempted to pull over a Ford F-150 on the Avenue of the Saints before entering the Interstate-35 northbound lane.
The ISP said the pursuit started at mile marker 190 on I-35 and ended at mile marker 213 in Worth County.
The vehicle sustained two flat tires when stop sticks were deployed and Collings was taken into custody.
He is also facing charges for reckless driving and no driver’s license.
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