A warrant was issued Wednesday for the two people arrested earlier this week in Hamilton after an alleged police pursuit.
Court documents say Chillicothe resident Tye Nicole Wells faces a misdemeanor charge of second-degree tampering with a motor vehicle.
Records also say Hallsville resident Kaleb Dawson Brooks faces a felony charge of first-degree tampering with a motor vehicle.
Both of those charges come from Tuesday.
Reports say Livingston County authorities were notified Tuesday morning of deputies in Linn County attempting to stop a vehicle involved in an alleged burglary.
Troopers ultimately spotted the pair around noon at a Hamilton convenience store and arrested the two without further incident.
Bond for both Brooks and Wells was set at 25-thousand dollars cash only.
The two were ordered to have no contact with one another and to also undergo supervision services.
Future court dates have not yet been set.
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