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Two booked in jail after high speed chase
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HOISINGTON — Two men Jonas Grubb of Great Bend and Jason McKinnon of Great Bend were booked on Sunday into the Barton County Jail after leading area law enforcement on a manhunt.
Grubb, 28, was booked on a Barton County District warrants for aggravated assault, domestic battery, stalking, and violation of a protective order. He was booked on two counts of  Great Bend Municipal Court warrant for Contempt of Court. Bond was set at $25,000.
McKinnon, 34, was booked on Barton County District case for felony flee and elude, felony obstruction, reckless driving and no insurance.  Bond was set at $5,000.
The Kansas Highway Patrol, Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, Barton County Sheriff Department and the Hoisington Police Department all assisted in the search.
The incident began during an attempted traffic stop on U.S. Highway 281 at 9:36 a.m. The two did not stop, but led the officers on a chase at speeds over a 100-miles-per-hour after the lights were turned on, lasting 14 minutes. They fled north on country roads around Hoisington.
The Hoisington Police Department deployed stop sticks on Susank Road near Hoisington and stopped the vehicle. Both fugitives fled on foot.
Grubb was captured in a trash can at Cheyenne Apartments on the north side of town, according to Barton County Sheriff Brian Bellendir.
McKinnon had been living in Great Bend since Christmas and was wanted by the U.S. Marshall on probation weapons violation. He was found hiding in the 700 block of E. 3rd St. in Hoisington in an outbuilding. Bellendir said both ends of the street were blocked off and the suspect was taken without incident at approximately 3:15 p.m.