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  • Pottawattamie County Sheriff: Third Suspect in High Speed Chase Likely Drowned

    (Crescent) The Pottawattamie County Sheriff’s Office has released more information in regards to Wednesday’s high speed chase that ended with the suspect vehicle crashing into the Missouri River.

     

    Pott County Sheriff Jeff Danker says there is a good chance that the missing suspect in this case has drowned.

     

    “The Omaha police helicopter did observe the individual in the water, in the river. They thought he went under. There is a possibility, probably a good possibility he did drowned, but we don’t know for sure. We are still trying to positively identify this individual.”

     

    Danker categorized the two suspects in custody, 27-year-old Jeffrey Huff and 28-year-old Heidi Baxter, as uncooperative.

     

    “I believe it was theft and burglary charges. It was a stolen vehicle and then there were some other items, some other household items that were in the vehicle that were taken in the burglary.”

     

    The original pursuit began Wednesday afternoon near Missouri Valley and ended in the Missouri River near Crescent.

     

    Bennett Blake
    10/31/14

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  • Coon Rapids-Bayard Overpowers Exira-EHK in Regional Semi-Final

    (Coon Rapids) McKenna Zanders' strong play at the net and Hannah Baker's rock-solid setting and serving night helped Coon Rapids-Bayard punch their ticket into a Class 1A regional final. 

     

    Down 5-4 in the first, Coon Rapids-Bayard reeled off a stretch where they won 10 of the next 14 points and glided from there to a three-set sweep of conference foe Exira-EHK. Exira-EHK would only hold one other lead the rest of the night. Zanders finished with a dozen kills while Baker had 25 assists and a 15/16 serving effort with one ace. 

     

    CR-B won the first set 25-16 and carried the momentum over into the 2nd set, racing out to a 4-0 cushion early. Exira-EHK closed to within one at 5-4, but the Crusaders quickly built the lead up to double figures and closed out the set 25-15. Exira-EHK made a run in the 3rd, but it was too little too late. Grace Hoflen's key block and a Mara Burmeister kill brought the Spartans back to a 22-22 tie, but Coon Rapids-Bayard scored three of the next four points to close out the set and the match. 

     

    The Crusaders improve to 25-6 on the season and will play defending state champ Janesville in Wednesday's regional final from Colo. Exira-EHK bows out at 22-15. The Spartans will graduate seniors Kate McAlpin, Madison Leader, Jessica Wood, Grace Hoflen, and Brenna Juelsgaard.

     

    Exira-EHK coach Connie Wyatt postgame

     

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