Three people in Odebolt are free on their promise to appear in court, after they were arrested in connection with a weekend incident. The two men are charged with assaulting officers and “interference with official acts.”Authorities say it began after an officer tried to stop a car for a traffic violation, but the driver took off, went to a local house, and ran inside. The officer says when he tried to apprehend the suspect he was met by the homeowner, 47-year-old Roger Sorenson, and a dog. Another resident of the home, identified as 18-year-old Mitchell Sorenson, was apprehended by a sheriff’s deputy, escaped and returned to the home where officers say he displayed a 20-gauge shotgun. Later, after he’d surrendered, they determined it was not loaded. The driver of the car, 18-year-old Jill Huffman, was charged with drunk driving, speeding and interference with official acts.
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