Arrest For OWI And Eluding

June 24, 2015

PLYMOUTH COUNTY AUTHORITIES ARRESTED A LE MARS MAN FOLLOWING A PURSUIT IN SOUTHEAST PLYMOUTH COUNTY ON SUNDAY. 28 YEAR OLD SHANNE B ARRE FAILED TO STOP FOR SPEEDING WHICH LED TO A PURSUIT. WHILE ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE OFFICERS, ARRE DROVE THROUGH A CORN AND BEAN FIELD IN RURAL KINGSLEY. WHILE TRYING TO EXIT THE SECOND FIELD, ARRE CRASHED HIS VEHICLE INTO A FENCE, AND DITCH EMBANKMENT. ARRE FLED THE VEHICLE ON FOOT, AND AFTER A SHORT SEARCH OF THE AREA HE WAS LOCATED, HIDING IN SOME TALL GRASS. ARRE WAS TRANSPORTED TO THE PLYMOUTH COUNTY JAIL WHERE HE WAS CHARGED WITH FELONY ELUDING, OPERATING WHILE INTOXICATED 2nd OFFENSE, DRIVING UNDER SUSPENSION, AND POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA. THE INVESTIGATION IS CONTINUING, AND ADDITIONAL CHARGES ARE POSSIBLE. THE PLYMOUTH COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE WAS ASSISTED BY THE IOWA STATE PATROL, KINGSLEY AND REMSEN POLICE DEPARTMENT, AND THE PLYMOUTH COUNTY CONSERVATION OFFICE.