ALOHA, Ore. – The man who led police on a chase while armed with weapons in a stolen vehicle earlier this year was sentenced Monday.
Zachery Mayes, 32, was sentenced to six years in prison after he pleaded guilty to several charges, including theft, felon with firearm, attempt to elude police and possession of meth.
Mayes was caught in a stolen car on Jan. 1 and led officers on a brief chase through Aloha. He was eventually captured and investigators said they found three stolen shotguns and a stolen bicycle inside the stolen car.
Mayes was no stranger to local police. He had already been arrested 26 times for various crimes just since 2001 in Washington County, ranging from assault to car theft and felony possession of a weapon.
Background: Man captured after Aloha police chase