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BEND, OR -- A wanted man allegedly ran from a Bend traffic stop, Thursday night, but was caught a short time later. According to Bend Police, an officer pulled over 36-year-old Ryan Jones at about 9:20 p.m., near NW Revere and Wall Street.

 

After contacting the driver, the officer returned to his patrol car and learned Jones had a warrant for his arrest. At that point, the officer says, Jones started to walk away from the scene. When Jones was advised that he was under arrest, officials say Jones started to run.

 

After a short foot chase, the suspect was taken into custody in the courtyard of Wall Street Suites. During his arrest, Jones allegedly resisted arrest and assaulted two officers. He's now charged with Reckless Driving, DUII, Interfering with a Police Officer, Escape II, Resisting Arrest, Assault of a Public Safety Officer and two Deschutes County warrants. 

 

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