Brief Pursuit Results In Arrest Of Terril Man On Multiple Charges
(Everly)-- A Terril man wanted on outstanding warrants was arrested Friday morning in Everly after leading authorities on a brief pursuit.
The Clay County Sheriff's Office says a deputy attempted to pull over a vehicle shortly after 8:30 am Friday near Everly knowing the driver had a suspended driver's license and was wanted on a warrant. Authorities say the driver, 47-year-old Kyle Stafford, refused to pull over, resulting in a short pursuit. Stafford eventually pulled over and upon confirmation of the warrant was arrested. He was then taken to the Clay county jail where Stafford was additionally charged with eluding, driving while revoked, driving under suspension, two counts of failure to obey a stop sign and failure to yield to an emergency vehicle.
Bond for the alleged traffic violations was set at $1,000 cash surety; bond on the arrest warrant was set at an additional $1,000 cash or surety.
Stafford was also being held on a no-bond arrest warrant for authorities in Nobles county, Minnesota.