Sioux Falls Man Faces Multiple Charges Following An Incident That Started In Worthington And Ended SW Of Sibley
Thu 9-5-2019 
(Sibley)-- A Sioux Falls man was arrested on multiple charges today (Thurs.) in connection with an incident that started in Worthington and ended just southwest of Sibley.
Authorities say it started when police in Worthington tried to pull over a vehicle for a traffic violation but the driver refused to stop and went southbound into Osceola county. It continued into Sibley where the vehicle traveled through multiple yards causing minor property damage. The vehicle eventually crashed into Otter Creek southwest of Sibley. The driver then got out of the vehicle and led authorities on a short foot pursuit. The suspect was eventually apprehended by an Osceola county deputy.
The suspect, 29-year-old Isaac Plentyhorse of Sioux Falls, was arrested and charged with eluding, reckless driving, interference with official acts, failure to maintain control and multiple stop sign and traffic violations.
The Osceola County Sheriff's Office was assisted by the Nobles County Sheriff's Office, the Worthington Police Department, the Lyon County Sheriff's Office and the Sioux County Sheriff's Office.