IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. (WJMN) — Tuesday morning, a Marinette County Deputy spotted the vehicle southbound on US-141 in the Town of Beecher. The vehicle was occupied by two males matching the description given by Florence County.
When other officers got closer they attempted to stop the vehicle south of Wausaukee. The vehicle fled at a high speed southbound.
Two attempts with tire deflation devices were unsuccessful.
The pursuit continued to the Town of Beaver where the fleeing stolen truck went southbound in the northbound lanes, went off the road, turned and continued back northbound.
The pursuit continued back to the Middle Inlet area south of Wausaukee where a third deployment of a tire deflation device was successful.
The vehicle stopped and both suspects were arrested without incident and later turned over to Florence County Sheriff Officers.
The driver, 22-year-old Tyler Dollar of Portage, Wisconsin, and 26-year-old Chandler Pavlet of Iron Mountain, were both arrested. Pavlet had multiple warrants for his arrest.
Both subjects will be refeeed for charging consideration to the prosecutor and District Attorney in Michigan’s Dickinson County and Wisconsin’s Florence and Marinette Counties.
There were no injuries reported.
Monday morning, an Iron Mountain Police Department officer attempted to make a traffic stop on a passenger car on US-2 near Ludington Street.
The passenger car fled and drove westbound on Fleshiem Street to Carpenter Ave, then turned southbound on M-95.
The pursuit ended in Fence, Wisconsin where the suspect vehicle pulled into a driveway and two of the three occupants, both males fled on foot.
A third occupant, a female was detained at the scene and later released.
The suspect driver has been identified as 22-year-old Tyler Dollar from Aurora, Wisconsin.
Anyone with information on Dollar’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Iron Mountain Police Department at (906) 774-1234 or the Florence County Sheriff’s Department at (715) 528-3346.
Local 3 will update this story once new information becomes available.
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