UPDATE – More Charges Filed
More trouble for a Holts Summit man who faces felony charges in the lake area after leading authorities on a high speed chase Monday night which began in Callaway County and came to an end after his vehicle was spike-stripped in Lake Ozark. Mark Alan Wolfmeier is charged in Miller County with DWI-persistent offender, driving revoked or suspended and resisting arrest. The 48-year-old now faces a felony charge of resisting arrest and misdemeanor charges of stealing and driving without a license which were filed, on Tuesday, in Callaway County where the alleged pursuit began. In addition to the new charges, motions have been made in Callaway County to also revoke Wolfmeier’s probations on previous charges of resisting and misusing 9-1-1. Bond for Wolfmeier, in the Miller County case, was set at $30-thousand with an added condition of being GPS monitored.
More information has been released about a pursuit that started in Callaway County and came to an end in Miller County. Courthouse records indicate that Mark Alan Wolfmeier, of Holts Summit, was able to reach the area of Lakeland Road and Hwy-54 where the highway patrol deployed a spike strip to, at least, slow the vehicle down. Wolfmeier continued driving before turning onto Business-54 and into a nearby parking lot where he exited the car, allegedly, refusing to comply with orders from law enforcement and attempted to enter a convenience store. Wolfmeier was taken down but continued to resist. He was taken to Lake Regional for a blood draw and then transported to the Miller County Jail. Wolfmeier is formally charged, in Miller County, with DWI-persistent offender, driving revoked and resisting arrest…all are felonies. Bond was set at $30-thousand with several court-ordered conditions including being placed on GPS monitoring.