The sheriff's office said a passerby took the couple home and called the Shelby County Sheriff's Office regarding what the passerby said was "obvious domestic violence to Mr. Hinners' wife."
As deputies arrived at the Hinners residence, the couple drove away in a large farm tractor and traveled to the ditch in an attempt to retrieve their car, the office said.
When deputies reached the scene, Hinners started chasing them, and one of the deputies' vehicles got stuck, the office said. Deputies shot at the tractor tires and Hinners exited the vehicle. According to the Crawford County Sheriff's Office, Hinners resisted arrest and one deputy, who had arrived to assist, shot him with a Taser.
The office said Hinners and his wife were taken to Manning General Hospital, where they were treated and released. Daniel Hinners was then transported to the Crawford County Jail and charged with assault on a peace officer, domestic abuse assault and interference with official acts.
The incident remains under investigation by the Division of Criminal Investigation, Iowa State Patrol, and Shelby and Crawford County Sheriff's Offices.