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Police Led On Pursuit After 89-Year-Old Woman Was Dragged During Car Theft

SHOSHONE COUNTY, Idaho - The Shoshone County Sheriff's Office responded to the area of 100 Front Street in Wallace Sunday afternoon regarding the theft of a vehicle in progress. Witnesses reported that the owner of the vehicle, Ione Halkowiez, 89 of Wallace, was dragged a short distance while attempting to stop the suspects from taking her vehicle. Halkowiez was transported to Shoshone Medical Center where she was treated for minor injuries.

Deputies arrived on scene and discovered that the suspects had already fled the area in the stolen vehicle, a 2006 Kia Spectra. Individuals who witnessed the incident were able to point deputies towards the suspect's last know direction of travel. While searching the area, deputies observed a car matching the description of the stolen vehicle. At that time deputies initiated a traffic stop but the driver did not comply. The Kia entered I-90 westbound reaching speeds in excess of 78 miles per hour.

The driver led deputies on a pursuit which lasted about twenty minutes. With the assistance of the Kellogg Police Department and the Idaho State Police, the pursuit safely ended at milepost 63.5 on I-90. The driver, Bret Bosh, 28 and passenger, Theresa Bosh, 25, both of North Dakota were arrested and charged with the following:

Bret Bosh: Grand Theft, Eluding (Felony), Burglary, Resisting and Obstructing, and Driving Under The Influence

Theresa Bosh: Grand Theft, Burglary, Resisting and Obstructing.

The incident remains under investigation.

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