A motorcyclist who police say evaded officers 4 instances, at one level reaching speeds of greater than 130 mph, was arrested over the weekend after deputies say he went to Wyoming earlier than returning to Summit County.
Rulon William Stowell, 21, was booked into the Summit County Jail for investigation on 4 counts of failure to cease for police, failure to correctly show his license plate, failure to sign, reckless driving, and driving 100 mph or quicker.
Stowell was first noticed by Summit County Sheriff’s deputies exiting Kimball Junction heading east on I-80 round 7:15 p.m. Saturday. He was recorded on radar going 134 mph on the interstate, in response to a police affidavit.
“When deputies initiated a visitors cease, the bike fled and accelerated to over 100 mph out and in of visitors. Because of the pace of the bike, deputies overpassed it and ended the pursuit,” the affidavit stated.
Deputies on the freeway once more noticed Stowell, who they stated was nonetheless dashing, and tried once more to cease him, however he fled.
“Coalville patrol officers noticed the bike on the Bells gasoline station and performed a visitors cease once more and gave the motorcyclist a stop-and-hold order. The motorcyclist then fled the gasoline station and accelerated at a “excessive price of pace, reaching speeds of greater than 100.” miles per hour. The bike then crossed into Wyoming the place Wyoming regulation enforcement continued the pursuit,” the affidavit states.
Later, Stowell drove again to Utah, the place one other chase started however was then referred to as off because of security considerations.
Nevertheless, deputies “have been in a position to observe and scan the bike because it traveled towards Colville. Deputies noticed the bike heading onto Phillips 66. Deputies surrounded the bike and detained the driving force, who was recognized as Rollon Stowell,” the affidavit states. It occurred round 8:30 p.m
Deputies stated the license plate on Stowell’s bike was folded so it couldn’t be learn.
Stowell’s arrest comes lower than two weeks after he pleaded responsible in Roy Circuit Courtroom to reckless driving and was positioned on probation for 2 years, in response to court docket data.