Three Arrested in Montgomery Co. Traffic Stop

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November 12th, 2011 by Doug Evans

A traffic stop near Stanton early Saturday morning led to the arrest of three people. According to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department, 24-year-old Phillip Van Den Einde, of Stanton, was taken into custody for interference with official acts, 24-year-old Nick Raymond Bierstedt, of Ames, was arrested for OWI first offense, and 21-year-old Caleb Michael Sunderman, of Clarinda, was charged with OWI second offense.  The men were arrested after the vehicle they were in was pulled over at around 1:00 AM Saturday, near 250th and P Avenue, near Stanton.  Each of the men were transported to the Montgomery County Jail, where Van Den Einde was being held on $300 bond, Bierstedt on $1,000 bond, and Sunderman was being held on $2,000 bond.  The Montgomery County Sherriff’s Office was assisted in conducting the investigation and in making the arrests, by officers with the Red Oak Police Department.