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Two men facing explosives possession following high-speed chase near Sabin

[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"1469812","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"270","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"480"}}]]Two men were arrested early Sunday morning near Sabin for fleeing police and possession...


Two men were arrested early Sunday morning near Sabin for fleeing police and possession of explosives. At about 12:30 a.m., Glyndon Police attempted to stop a vehicle. The driver fled reaching speeds over 100 mph.   According to Police Chief Mike Kline, the pursuit ended when the pickup became stuck in a slough near Sabin, a town just south of Moorhead. The driver, 23-year-old Jordon Phillip Overmyer, and 39-year-old Gene Oscar Wilkie were both arrested. A third individual was released. Overmyer is being held on felony charges of fleeing in a motor vehicle and possession of explosives. Wilkie faces charges of misdemeanor obstruction and felony possession of explosives. Kline says the two men had a PVC pipe with the ends covered with electrical tape and a fuse, along with a softball-sized device with a fuse.
Two men were arrested early Sunday morning near Sabin for fleeing police and possession of explosives.At about 12:30 a.m., Glyndon Police attempted to stop a vehicle. The driver fled reaching speeds over 100 mph. According to Police Chief Mike Kline, the pursuit ended when the pickup became stuck in a slough near Sabin, a town just south of Moorhead.The driver, 23-year-old Jordon Phillip Overmyer, and 39-year-old Gene Oscar Wilkie were both arrested. A third individual was released.Overmyer is being held on felony charges of fleeing in a motor vehicle and possession of explosives.Wilkie faces charges of misdemeanor obstruction and felony possession of explosives.Kline says the two men had a PVC pipe with the ends covered with electrical tape and a fuse, along with a softball-sized device with a fuse.

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