SOAP LAKE, Wash-- Police arrested a man who led U.S. Marshals and Grant County Sheriff’s Deputies on a car chase Wednesday through several residential yards in Soap Lake.
U.S. Marshals wanted 31-year-old Lamar J. Dana on outstanding felony warrants for rioting while armed, failure to appear and possession of a controlled substance.
Sheriff’s Deputies said they found Dana at a car service station near the intersection of Highway 28 and Division Road North.
Dana fled in the vehicle, driving into the city and through several residential yards before continuing out of town on Highway 17 headed North according to deputies.
Sheriff’s Deputies said Dana eventually struck a loaded Quincy Irrigation District gate near Road 23 Northwest. He disabled his vehicle and received minor injuries according to police.
Nobody else was hurt during the chase.
Deputies booked Dana in Grant County Jail on the outstanding warrants.
Charges for the car chase were still pending Wednesday night according to deputies.