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Business Scuffle Leads to Arrest
04/19/2017

Jordan Pallesen

(KNZA)--A Hiawatha man is facing additional charges after police attempted to arrest him twice on an outstanding warrant, with a scuffle ensuing during one of the incidents.

Police Chief John Defore says 26-year-old Jordan Pallesen had been sought on a warrant for failure to appear in court.

He says an officer tried to take him into custody Saturday at a local business, but Pallesen fled out the fire exit.

Defore says an officer then tried to take him into custody Sunday evening at a local convenience store, but the attempt led to the scuffle. He says Pallesen damaged a front door at the business when running out the door.

Defore says Pallesen was finally taken into custody Tuesday morning without incident behind a local business.

He now faces charges including battery on a law enforcement officer, interference with law enforcement and criminal damage to property.  In addition, Pallesen faces a charge of misdemeanor theft in a separate case.

He remains in the Brown County Jail on a total bond of more than $11,000.  

 

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