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PORTLAND -- A high-speed police chase through Northeast Portland ended after the driver got stuck on a railroad bridge, police said.

At about 4 a.m. Tuesday, police attempted to pull over the driver of an SUV at Northeast 102nd Avenue and Northeast Weidler Street, said Portland police Sgt. Pete Simpson. The driver sped away northbound on 102nd Avenue.

The driver sped down some train tracks for several minutes before ditching the SUV on a railroad bridge over Interstate 205, near the Killingsworth exit.

A man and a woman got out of the SUV and ran across I-205, Simpson said. Officers caught the woman, but the man ran into the nearby Owens Illinois Glass Plant.

At the glass plant, the man locked himself inside a bathroom and was eventually arrested after officers used a battering ram to open the door, Simpson said.

Tyler Woods, 23, was jailed on several charges, including criminal trespassing and criminal mischief. The woman in the car, 30-year-old Ruby Tay Johnson, was jailed on an outstanding warrant for methamphetamine possession.

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