Oregon Police Made An Arrest In The Slippery Case. What Is The Crime Of The Suspect?

A guy who was on the run after committing various offenses in northern Nevada and evading law enforcement on three separate occasions is no longer on the run.

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office received word on Thursday afternoon that the Oregon State Patrol had informed them that the suspect had been discovered and was currently in jail.

No other information, including the man’s identity, was readily accessible at the time.

The unnamed suspect took off from the Elko region on Interstate 80 heading westbound. He was driving a pickup truck that had been taken from Lyndon early on Wednesday morning. According to the Elko County Sheriff’s Office, the pursuit was terminated in Humboldt County when the vehicle exceeded 100 miles per hour while traveling in the opposite direction of oncoming traffic.

Oregon Police Made An Arrest In The Slippery Case
Oregon Police Made An Arrest In The Slippery Case

On Wednesday night, a 2001 Dodge truck was observed near Denio Junction, which is the location where the driver attempted to buy fuel. While the Elko County Sheriff’s Office collaborated with various other agencies in an effort to arrest the armed man, the Humboldt County Sherriff’s Office responded to the isolated region.

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