EUGENE, Ore. -- A man is in the Lane County Jail, arrested on warrants after a road rage incident on Beltline, police said.
Abraham Acuna, 26, was allegedly involved in the “domestic road-rage incident” on the Beltline at about 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, and police responded to his apartment at about 6:45 that night.
Police said they established a perimeter and contacted Acuna, who had been identified as a suspect in the road rage incident. They said they let Acuna know he had warrants for his arrest.
After failed attempts to get Acuna to come out of his apartment, police said they told him a police dog would enter and help with taking him into custody.
Soon after, police said Acuna exited from the back of his home and K-9 Cwyk assisted in his arrest.
Acuna had warrants for felon in possession of a firearm, harassment, possession of methamphetamine, menacing and driving under the influence of intoxicants, police said.
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