Klamath Falls, Ore. -- The target of a massive standoff near Olene Thursday night was in court to face charges Friday.
22 year old Cylise Dayne Atchley was booked at the jail shortly before 1am Friday morning.
"Was arraigned today related to a series of charges including robbery 1, many counts of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, aggravated theft, and burglaries." Notes Klamath County District Attorney Rob Patridge. "Just to name a few."
The charges stem from a wild crime spree that began at around 10 Thursday morning.
Klamath County Sheriff Frank Skrah says Atchley stole several guns from a home in Swan Lake - and then had a brief shootout with the victims as they tried to chase him...
"Shots were fired from the suspect at the victim, the victim shooting back at the suspect."
Police say Atchley drove off Highway 140 into a remote area, triggering an intense manhunt.
Sheriff Skrah notes that another burglary call came in at around 2...
"A homeowner comes home and finds the same suspect in his home - he flees, stealing the owner's A.T.V."
A helicopter tracked the suspect to a mobile home near Olene...and S.W.A.T. teams were called in from around the state to help.
Skrah says a police dog was sent in, leading to Atchley's capture at around 10, bringing the 8 hour standoff to a close...
"I guess he didn't want to get dog-bit."
D.A. Patridge says Atchley has already been linked to 5 burglaries and 4 vehicle thefts...
"The reports are still coming in."
Sheriff Frank Skrah was blunt in his opinion of Atchley: "The guy's a crime wave. He's a detriment to this community."
Charges against Atchley will go before a grand jury next week.
A check of Klamath County court records show that Atchley has pleaded 'guilty' over the past 2 years to charges including domestic violence, unlawful entry of a motor vehicle, theft, and failure to appear.
Charges of first-degree burglary and theft were pending in Klamath County Court.