Guilty plea for Iron Mountain man who allegedly fled police

An Iron Mountain man has pled guilty to two charges after allegedly fleeing police last month.

Brandon Rose, 27, was arraigned in Dickinson County Circuit Court Monday on three charges: fleeing and eluding in the third degree, operating with a high B.A.C., and driving with a suspended license.  However, he only pled guilty to fleeing in eluding in the fourth degree and operating with a high B.A.C..

The charges stem from a June 5th incident, during which Iron Mountain Police were called to the intersection of East B Street and Park Avenue for a reported fight between Rose and another family member.  When officers arrived, Rose allegedly fled the scene before eventually crashing his vehicle into a power pole on Washington Street.

No assault charges were filed in the case.

Rose will be sentenced on the two charges that stuck in August.