PRINEVILLE, OR -- A Prineville man was arrested Wednesday evening, following a slow-speed pursuit through a residential neighborhood.
According to the Crook County Sheriff's Office, a deputy tried to pull over Case Adams for expired tags and failing to stop at a stop sign. Deputies followed his car for several blocks, while they say Adams appeared to be trying to hide something inside his car.
The 24-year-old eventually pulled into a driveway at 5th and Deer Street, where deputies performed a high-risk traffic stop. During his arrest, investigators say they discovered methamphetamine concealed on his person, and a meth pipe hidden in his car.