Toledo Police ask for public’s help in tracking down wanted man who they believe led them on high speed chase up through Moonshine Park Friday night.
From Toledo Police:
Early Saturday morning at approx 12:18am Toledo Police Department Officer Pitcher, with the assistance of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s deputies, attempted to initiate a traffic stop near SE Swan and Gaither in Siletz with a tan 1997 Mazda 626 4 door Oregon plate XBT732. Based on information gathered it is believed the driver of the vehicle to be Dennis Adlem Carey, 26, who is wanted on multiple felony warrants out of Lincoln County.
The vehicle quickly accelerated away and Officer Pitcher pursued the vehicle for several miles. During the pursuit the vehicle turned its headlights off and reached speeds between 60-80 mph, while failing to maintain its lane and driving in a reckless manner on Logsden road. Officer Pitcher terminated the pursuit for safety concerns for himself and for the fleeing driver at the end of Moonshine Park road as the vehicle continued northbound onto the Gravel Gorge road.
Anyone with information regarding the pursuit or on whereabouts of Dennis Carey or his vehicle are urged to contact Toledo Police Department 541-336-5555, or your local law enforcement agency. Dennis Carey is known to carry weapons and should be considered armed and dangerous.