Klamath Falls, Ore. - A Klamath Falls man is charged with attempted murder...and two others face multiple charges following an alleged robbery, and a high-speed pursuit through Klamath County.
The suspects were arrested following a manhunt that lasted nearly 4 hours.
Detective Jack Daniel of the Klamath Falls Police Department says the incident began when a man was stabbed in the hand during a robbery at an apartment building...
"Some property was stolen during the course of the robbery at approximately 10 A.M., all three suspects were present at that time."
Those suspects have been identified as 22 year old Seth Hernandez, 29 year old Keith Jackson, and 22 year old Joshua Morris.
They're accused of leading police on a high speed chase that began south of Malin, continued to Bonanza, and ended in Klamath Falls just before 3 Tuesday afternoon.
Police say the suspects drove into oncoming traffic, and tried to hit officers who were setting out spike strips.
"The vehicle actually swerved at those officers." Adds Detective Daniel. "Causing them to have to jump out of the way."
Police say Morris was at the wheel...he's charged with attempted murder.
At arraignment today, Seth Hernandez was charged with first-degree robbery - a measure 11 crime.
Keith Jackson was released on his own recognizance.
The man who was stabbed was treated at Sky Lakes Medical Center, and later released.
Police ended their pursuit south of Malin shortly after 11 A.M. due to safety concerns.
They resumed the chase just after 1:30, when the suspects were seen driving near Bonanza.