SIOUX CITY, IA–(AP Dec. 26)–A Nebraska man will face attempted murder charges after allegedly firing shots at an Iowa State Patrol trooper Thursday morning in Sioux City.
A trooper pulled over a vehicle and found a 27-year-old passenger had a warrant for his arrest. The Omaha man resisted arrest and as they struggled, the trooper used a stun gun. The man ran away and during a chase he allegedly fired two shots at the pursuing trooper, but missed.
After a search, officers found and arrested the man. It’s unclear what charges the man will face but that one will be attempted murder.
The driver wasn’t arrested.