NORFOLK, Neb. -- The Stanton County Sheriff's Office arrested two people Tuesday on outstanding warrants and for physically resisting arrest.

Just after 10 p.m., the Stanton County Sheriff's Office attempted to execute two warrants for 27-year-old Daniel Emken and 27-year-old Natasha Vanness-Hauf, both of Norfolk, in Country Village Trailer Court at Woodland Park.

Both were wanted on Madison County arrest warrants for theft, with Vanness-Hauf also being wanted on Stanton County warrants including felony forgery.

The Sheriff's Office said they located Emken at the trailer court, but he became uncooperative and fled on foot.

He was found a short time later hiding under another trailer's steps, was physically subdued, and arrested.

The Sheriff's Office said a deputy suffered a leg injury during Emken's arrest.

Authorities said they were unable to find Vanness-Hauf at the trailer court and later tracked her to a rural location south of Norfolk.

With assistance from the Madison County Sheriff's Office, she was later found inside the residence hiding under a pile of laundry and taken into custody.

In addition to their previous warrants, both have been charged with resisting arrest.

Emken has also been charged with obstructing a police officer.