BORING, Ore. - After a standoff with SWAT officers that lasted at least three hours, Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies arrested a suspect wanted on multiple felony warrants Saturday night.
Deputies used tear gas and other non-deadly tools to force Raymond Wilebski to leave his Boring home, said Sgt. Nate Thompson.
Thompson said deputies patrolling the neighborhood around Kathy Lane spotted Wilebski driving at around 7 p.m. Saturday.
Knowing Wilebski was wanted on several warrants, they tried to arrest him, but he ran away from officers and into a family home.
Wilebski 's mother came out and talked to deputies after Wilebski barricaded the doors and refused to come out, Thompson said.
The Clackamas County Sheriff's office called in a SWAT team, and officers moved in on the house shortly before 11 p.m.
Wilebski eventually left the house and was arrested.
He was taken to the Clackamas County jail and will face multiple charges related to outstanding warrants as well as a charge of attempt to elude, Thompson said.
Thompson said there is no ongoing danger.