SALEM, Ore. (AP) — When a suspect being chased by police rolled his car over police spike strips and his tires went flat, he dashed into a field of grass where he thought he could hide.
The police called out a dog and handler to find the driver.
And then they heard a cell phone ring.
The ring tone led them to 48-year-old Evaristo Tenorio of Salem. He was booked on multiple charges, including parole violation.
The arrest followed a 70-mph chase through Marion County Saturday night that ended in Woodburn. Officers say the driver almost hit one car.


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