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BEND, OR -- Four people were arrested Monday night after a car chase, crash into an embankment and foot pursuit in southeast Bend. A Deschutes County Deputy noticed a suspicious car in a parking lot near Third and Wilson, at about 8:40 p.m. 

When the Deputy tried to conduct a traffic stop, the car sped down Miller, eventually getting stuck at the railroad embankment. All four people inside ran in different directions. The driver, 29-year-old Lonnie Fosburg, of Bend was arrested after a brief struggle; he was found with user amounts of drugs. Fosburg was taken to St. Charles Bend prior to the jail, for a medical evaluation. 

Authorities say 44-year-old Michael Dorazio, of Texas, 20-year-old Cheyenne Porter, of Bend (right), and 39-year-old B.J. Moody of Prineville (below), were taken into custody without incident. 

Investigators found a pistol in the car that was reported stolen from a Redmond home in May. 



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