Two arrested after pursuit in Eugene and Springfield

Parker was caught and charged with possession of heroin. Ferrell was arrested and charged with forgery, elude by vehicle, criminal trespass.

Posted: Jan 12, 2021 12:09 AM

SPRINGFIELD, Ore.-- Two people led police on a chase Monday afternoon after they allegedly used fake money at a Hobby Lobby in Springfield.

Anthony Thomas Ferrell, 32, and Jenna Ann Parker were arrested in Good Pasture Island Road after they fled Springfield. This all started around 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 11 when Springfield Police received a call about someone using fake currency. Police located Ferrell's dark grey Mini Cooper heading west on Harlow Road. Officers pursued the car south on Coburg Road to I-105 then to Delta Highway.

A detective from Eugene Police found the car, abandoned on Good Pasture Island Road. Eugene Police used their drones and Springfield used their K-9 units to locate the two.

Parker was caught and charged with possession of heroin. Ferrell was arrested and charged with forgery, elude by vehicle, criminal trespass. Both had warrants for their arrest. 

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