Boring man arrested after standoff
Deputies used tear gas to bring him out of home
When Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies were out looking for Raymond William Wilebski of Boring Sunday around 7 p.m., they spotted him driving near his house and tried to pull him over, but Wilebski refused to stop.
Instead he led deputies in a slow speed pursuit for a short distance and then ran from his vehicle to his house and locked himself inside.
Wilebski, 58, was wanted for several warrants including a parole violation for robbery.
Deputies went to the house and a woman, who said she was Wilebski's mother, came out to talk to them and confirmed that Wilebski was alone in the house.
Wilebski refused to come out, and for almost two hours, deputies and members of the sheriff's SWAT team used loud speakers to try to get him to surrender. Wilebski finally walked out of the house after tear gas was used, according to the Clackamas County Sheriff's Department.
No one was injured.
Wilebski was taken to Clackamas County jail where he faces the warrant charges plus new accusations of attempt to elude.