PORTLAND -- A man suspected of firing several shots at a Northeast Portland house Saturday night was later caught when he crashed into a parked car, police said.
Officers were called to the report of a shooting in the 4600 block of Northeast Killingsworth Street just after 9 p.m., according to Portland Police Sgt. Pete Simpson.
A witness told police a man had stepped out of a white sedan and opened fire on the house before getting back into the car and driving southbound on Northeast 47th Avenue.
Within minutes an officer saw a white sedan heading west on Northeast Prescott Street. The officer pulled behind the car and the driver sped away, crashing into a car parked nearby.
"The driver got out and started to run away but was quickly apprehended by police," Simpson said. "Two other men in the car started to get out and run but officers immediately detained them in the vehicle."
The suspected driver, 21-year-old Christopher Eugene Miller, was jailed on a long list of charges, including attempted murder. The passengers were detained for a short time and released pending further investigation.
There were no reports of injuries.