Iowa man arrested for DWI, going 100+ mph in Stanton County

STANTON, Neb. -- An Iowa man is facing charges after authorities say he was driving under the influence. 

The Stanton County Sheriff's Office says that they began receiving 911 reports of a reckless driving Nissan traveling west on Highway 275, driving more than 100 miles per hour and passing several cars on the shoulder Monday morning. 

Deputies stopped the car going into Norfolk. 

The Sheriff's Office says 21-year-old Raschon Rush of Fort Dodge, Iowa appeared to be under the influence of drugs and was placed under arrest for DWI. 

He was later booked at the Sheriff’s office where he refused to take a Chemical Test and was subsequently charged with Refusal to Submit. Rush was jailed on charges of DWI-Drugs, Refusal, Speeding 100+/65, and Willful Reckless Driving pending the posting of a cash bond.