Oregon man arrested in Idaho after chase
PARMA, Idaho (AP) -- A 24-year-old Oregon man led officers from two counties on a high-speed chase before finally surrendering following a brief stand-off in an Idaho trailer.
The Idaho Press-Tribune reports Adan William Oviedo eventually gave himself up after barricading himself inside a trailer in Parma, in western Idaho.
He was being sought on three warrants when law enforcement officers in Oregon Force attempted to stop Oviedo's vehicle.
That's when he bolted, driving at high speed through fields and through Parma at speeds in excess of 50 mph -- much faster than the local municipal limit.
He now faces a felony alluding charge in Payette County as well as possession of paraphernalia and a delaying and obstructing charge in Parma.
Officers believe that Oviedo will face additional weapons charges following their investigation.
Information from: Idaho Press-Tribune, http://www.idahopress.com