Man leads multiple Iowa law enforcement officials on a chase in stolen vehicle

(ABC 6 NEWS) – A Mason City man is behind bars after leading police, state patrol, and deputies on a chase Thursday night in Mason City.

Around 10:47 p.m. on Thursday a Cerro Gordo County Deputy attempted to stop a speeding vehicle at the intersection of 4th St. NE and N. Carolina Ave. in Mason City.

The driver of the car drove off from the deputy and the deputy chased after him, said the Cerro Gordo County Sheriff’s Office.

The driver of the car was quickly identified after the attempted stop as 30-year-old Landon Martin of Mason City, according to the sheriff’s office.

Martin was wanted since June for a parole violation warrant out of Cerro Gordo County and another warrant for failure to appear for trespassing.

The pursuit lasted about 12 minutes when deputies were able to block Martin in the 900 block of 16th St. NE.

No injuries were reported and Iowa State Patrol and Mason City Police assisted in the pursuit.

Martin was arrested and is facing possible charges of eluding and speeding by the Cerro Gordo County Sheriff’s Office.

He is also facing a possible charge of operation without the owner’s consent by Mason City Police.

The sheriff’s office determined the vehicle Martin was driving had been stolen out of Mason City.