A man and woman were arrested in Oregon after leading police on a high speed chase through the Blue Mountains that peaked at speeds over 120 miles per hour. Reports say police first saw Jacob Ross and Whitney Johns traveling near Meacham going over 90 miles per hour in a 1989 Nissan 240z. They then sped away at over 120 miles per hour and turned around racing the wrong way on the freeway. The police lost sight of the car until they spotted them again near the Deadman's Pass rest area.

The pair took off again, but this time on a bumpy tribal road where there car eventually broke down. They then ran on foot but were found later hiding in the brush. Jacob Ross was arrested for felony attempt to elude, reckless driving, reckless endangerment and criminal trespass and Whitney Johns, 22, of Tacoma, was charged with criminal trespass.

If he just would have stopped when the police tried to pull him over, he might have just got away with a steep ticket. Now he has lost his car, and will spend tons of time thinking about his bad decisions in jail.