Idaho State Police

02/22/2020 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 02/22/2020 02:41

Update: Three Arrested After Pursuit In American Falls

News Release - Update: Three Arrested After Pursuit In American Falls

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Idaho State Police 
District 5 5255 S. 5th Avenue, Suite 1
Pocatello, Idaho 83204
(208) 239-9800 FAX: (208) 239-9885

For Immediate Release:  02/22/2020 1:08 a.m.
Please direct questions to the District Office

**Update**

The correct spelling for the female driver is Shanea Deppe.

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On Friday, February 21, 2020, at 2:49 p.m., Idaho State Police attempted to stop a 2006 Buick Lucerne, after the occupants in the vehicle had been involved in an earlier pursuit with Fort Hall Police Department.  The Buick, driven by Shanea Deppe, 28, of Pocatello, failed to stop and a traffic pursuit was initiated westbound on I86 at mile marker 36, near American Falls.

Deppe was pursued by Idaho State Police, Power County Sheriff's Office, and American Falls Police Department in and around American Falls.  The pursuit was discontinued by all law enforcement agencies for safety concerns to the public. 

The vehicle was later located, having been abandoned, in the area of a canal road near Lakeview Road and Freedom Lane, east of American Falls.  Deppe and passengers, Marcus Yupe, 41, of Pocatello, and David Preacher, 33, of Idaho Falls, were are taken into custody without further incident. 

Deppe was charged with felony eluding, driving on a suspended license, and resisting and obstructing officers.  Yupe was arrested on two outstanding felony warrants and charged with resisting and obstructing officers.  Preacher was arrested on an outstanding misdemeanor warrant and also charged with resisting and obstructing officers.


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