Iowa man leads police on 30-mile high speed chase

(INDIANOLA, Iowa)   A southern Iowa man's facing charges after leading officers on a high speed chase for 30-miles.

It started with a stolen vehicle report from an Oskaloosa car dealership Wednesday around 10 a.m. 

A Marion County Deputy spotted the vehicle on Highway 92.  The driver refused to  stop, and led officers on a chase that exceeded 100 miles per hour.    

The chase ended when Indianola Police used "stop sticks" to deflate the tires.

Police arrested 24-year-old Eric Schoonover, of Hedrick, Iowa.  

Schoonover is the Marion Cunty Jail, facing multiple charges including:  eluding, reckless driving, failure to have a valid driver's license, and drug possession.

The Marion County and Warren County sheriff’s offices, Knoxville, Indianola and Carlisle police departments, and the Iowa State Patrol all assisted in his arrest.

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