North Bend Man Arrested For Eluding On Four Wheeler



 
A North Bend man has been arrested for eluding a Deputy at a high speed and other charges. On December 3rd, a Coos County Deputy was patrolling the North Spit of Coos Bay in the area of Transpacific Parkway when a four wheeler was encountered travelling east, also on Transpacific Parkway. (It is currently unlawful for four wheelers to operate on a highway.) The Deputy saw that the vehicle did not have any rear lighting and turned around with the intent of stopping the vehicle. As the Deputy was turning around, the vehicle left at a high rate of speed.
 
The vehicle was located at the North Spit staging area near the BLM boat ramp. Also located was 34-year-old Christopher Carmack of North Bend, who admitted he had driven away at a high rate of speed to avoid a ticket. Carmack was arrested for Probation Violation, Attempt to Elude and Reckless Driving. He was additionally cited for Driving While Suspended, No Tail Light, Operation of a Class I ATV without a Permit and Operation of an ATV on a Highway. Carmack was booked at the Coos County jail.
 

This entry was posted on Tuesday, December 5th, 2017 and is filed under Local News.