Area where suspect caught (google street view)
Area where suspect caught (google street view)

Around 6 PM Wednesday evening, Grant County Deputies, Quincy Police, and the Washington State Patrol responded to 9-1-1 calls from at least two drivers, who reported a man was chasing them with his truck.

Man said to be driving all over the road

According to the GCSO, one caller said the driver, in a silver Dodge truck, was chasing them on State Route 28 west of Quincy in Grant County. Another caller said the driver was swerving all over the road, and there was a report the man may have fired a gun from the cab.  However, that turned out to be false.

Officers quickly located the pickup parked near a fruit stand at the intersection of SR-28 and Road S NW, about two miles west of town.

The driver later identified as 52-year-old Raul Guerrero Vargas of Quincy, was located near the truck, but ignored officers' commands. He entered a nearby house behind the fruit stand, and with permission from the homeowner, Deputies took him into custody without incident.

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He was booked into the Grant County Jail on DUI charges. The investigation continues.

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