Gladstone man arrested following chase with deputies

A Gladstone man is facing a litany of charges, mostly driving-related, following his arrest on Tuesday.

According to Henderson County Sheriff Steven P. Haynes, 37-year-old Brandon Bielser has been charged with Driving Without Headlights, Improper Use of Registration, Reckless Driving, No Valid Registration, felony Possession of an Open Title, felony Aggravated Fleeing and Attempting to Elude a Peace Officer, Operating Uninsured Vehicle, Possession of Stolen Property, and felony Driving While License Revoked.

A release from the sheriff’s office says that Bielser was seen driving on Saturday, January 11, without his headlights on. It was also noted that a stolen dealer’s license plate was on the vehicle. Deputy DeJaynes attempted to perform a traffic stop by Bielser sped off and due to the bad weather and road conditions, the deputy had to end the pursuit.

On Tuesday, January 14, Deputy Dejaynes again spotted the vehicle driving in Gladstone. DeJaynes, along with an auxiliary deputy, managed to stop the vehicle and block it from attempting to elude them again.

Bielser was in the vehicle and arrested.