Two men who allegedly walked away from the Iowa Residential Treatment Center in Mount Pleasant, one from Albia, were arrested following a high speed chase in Schuyler County Mo., reports the Aug. 15 Memphis Democrat.
Clint Michael Loveall, 34, of Albia, was a passenger in the 2003 Pontiac Grand Am allegedly stolen in Henry County driven by David Lee Mullin, Jr., 32, of Kirksville, Mo.
The vehicle crashed at 5:42 p.m. Aug. 7, 2013 on Route E, nine miles east of Queen City, Mo., according to a report filed by the Missouri State Patrol.
Both men sustained injuries due to the crash. Loveall was air flighted to a hospital in Quincy, Ill. with serious injuries and Mullin Jr. was transported to a medical center in Kirksville with moderate injuries.
Loveall is awaiting an Aug. 26, 2013 plea proceeding hearing in Wapello County for one count of attempted murder, a class B felony, with an offense date of April 5, 2013.
Mullin Jr. is awaiting an Nov. 5, 2013 sentencing in Appanoose County. Mullin Jr. was charged by criminal complaint affidavit with one count of first degree arson and one count of controlled substance violation, meth, both class B felonies, by the Centerville Police Department on Dec. 31, 2012.
Mullin Jr. is also facing in Appanoose County one count of escape by felon, a class D felony, with an offense date of July 23, 2013.
Loveall has one escape conviction on his record. He was found guilty of voluntary absence, escape, a serious misdemeanor, and on April 26, 2012 he was sentenced to 364 days in jail, all but 30 days suspended, two years probation to the court, no supervision and fine.
Loveall still owes $799.69 for this case.