Arlington Woman Jailed After Police Chase In Oelwein

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Oelwein, Iowa – An attempted traffic stop in Oelwein led to the arrest of 23 year Kashell Allison of Arlington.

On Thursday morning, a Fayette County sheriff’s deputy attempted to conduct a traffic stop in Oelwein when Allison refused to yield for the deputy and led them on a pursuit through the streets of Oelwein.

Allison’s vehicle then was wrecked near the intersection of Seventh Street SE and First Avenue SE in Oelwein.

Allison was taken into custody at the Fayette County Jail and was charged with possession of methamphetamine with the intent to deliver less than five grams. She was also charged with eluding, possession of prescription pills, operating while intoxicated first offense, speed, three stop sign violations and failure to maintain control.

The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Oelwein Police Department, the Iowa Department of Motor Vehicle Enforcement and the Mercy Ambulance Service.

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