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Suspect Rams Deputy Vehicle in Pursuit

12-05-20

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Public Information Officer:
December 5th, 2020
Major Kevin Tieman,
Cass County Sheriff's Office
816-380-8615


Suspect Rams Deputy Vehicle in Pursuit

Around 12:30 am Friday deputies with the Cass County Sheriff's Office assisted officers with the Harrisonville Police Department involved in the pursuit of a 2005 Chevy truck on northbound I-49 north of Harrisonville.

The Sheriff's Office Criminal Apprehension Unit Deputy responded to the area with a patrol vehicle equipped with a Grappler device. Approximately one mile south of Peculiar, the deputy was able to stop the vehicle. The driver of the truck got out of the vehicle at which time a passenger attempted to drive away. The truck was still attached to the Grappler device preventing it from leaving. The subject then put the truck in reverse and struck the patrol car with a deputy in the vehicle, causing both vehicles to be disabled.

Deputies and Officers on the scene took two subjects into custody. A passenger was questioned and released at the scene.

The driver of the truck, Jeramy T. Box, 44, Kansas City was arrested on multiple Kansas City warrants and is being held pending charges related to this incident.

Bailey K. Allen, 23, Harrisonville was arrested on an active warrant for Second Degree Burglary in Jackson County, bond $5500.00. Allen is also being held pending charges related to ramming the Cass County patrol vehicle.

"The ability to deploy the proper staff, tools, and training to apprehend criminals is essential to our mission to keep Cass County safe. In this case the suspect acted with wanton disregard towards the publics and deputies safety," said Sheriff Jeff Weber.


Update: 12-07-20

Charges Filed

Cass County Prosecutor charged Jeramy Box, 44, Kansas City with the class A Misdemeanor of Resisting/Interfering with Arrest, Detention or Stop. Box was issued a signature bond and released from the Cass County Jail to the Harrisonville Police for extradition.

Bailey K. Allen, 23, Harrisonville was charged with a class B Felony Assault 2nd Degree – Special Victim, class E Felony Resisting Arrest/Detention/Stop by Fleeing –Creating a Substantial Risk of Serious Injury/Death to Any Person, class D Felony 1st Degree Property Damage, and class D Misdemeanor Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Bond is set at $25,000.00 Cash Only. She is currently in custody at the Cass County Jail.

Allen is accused of assaulting a Cass County Deputy while in jail. She has been charged with a class A Misdemeanor Assault 4th- Degree. Bond is set at $250.00 Cash Only in that case.



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