HORNICK, Iowa (KCAU) – Authorities are on an energetic scene as they search for a suspect who hit an officer and led regulation enforcement in a pursuit within the early morning hours Monday.
Woodbury County Sheriff Chad Sheehan instructed KCAU 9 Information stated earlier than 2 a.m. a suspect hit a South Sioux Metropolis officer.
A Woodbury County Sheriff’s deputy engaged in a pursuit with the car in Woodbury County on Previous Freeway 141 till it crashed close to the intersection of three hundredth St and Previous Freeway 141.
A passenger was captured on the scene, however the driver fled on foot.
The suspect continues to be at giant, however authorities have a fringe arrange within the space of two miles north of Hornick and a half-mile east of Holly Springs. The suspect is described as being a male sporting black pants, a grey zip-up hoodie, and black ball cap.
Sheehan asks that anybody within the space who sees somebody matching the suspect’s description to right away name the authorities.
Sheehan added that they discovered a handgun within the car, and so they don’t know if the suspect is armed or not.
The South Sioux Metropolis officer accidents weren’t thought of life-threatening.