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Man arrested after hiding in recycle been in attempt to escape deputies

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SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. -

Just after 2 a.m. Tuesday morning, deputies in Spokane Valley were called to assist a Washington State Patrol trooper who was chasing a red Honda with no license plates on Mission near University. The pursuit ended in the area of Valley Mission Park, and the driver took off running, jumping fences and ducking through yards.

A perimeter was set up and multiple announcements were made letting the driver, identified as 33-year-old Jason C. Kline, know that a K9 would be used and he would be bitten if he didn't surrender. Deputy Tyler Kullman and his partner K9 Khan arrived on scene near the vehicle that Kline ditched. 

Not knowing if Kline was armed, K9 Khan was used to track and find him. Khan immediately began a strong track. He found a black cell phone on the ground in the back yard of a house in the 1700 block of N. Glenn Ct. before continuing to follow the trail.

In the 11000 block of E. Augusta, K9 Khan began sniffing around the seam of a door at house and worked his way toward a blue recycle bin with a closed lid and began to bark. More announcements were made without response. After another announcement, Deputy Kullman noticed the lid of the can rise about two inches and close.

Kullman told Kline to raise his hands and surrender. Kline raised one hand out of the recycle bin. Deputy Kullman still could not tell for sure if Kline was armed, so he deployed K9 Khan. Khan immediately knocked over the bin and Kline's hands were seen to be empty. Kline was taken into custody without incident.

 Kline was provided medical attention due to the K9 contact before being transported and booked into the Spokane County Jail by the WSP Trooper for Attempting to Elude a Police Vehicle, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Obstructing, Trip Permit Violation, Driving While Suspended 3rd Degree, and several warrants (Trafficking in Stolen Property 1st Degree, Possession of Stolen Property 2nd Degree, Possession of a Controlled Substance, and Driving While Suspended 3rd Degree)

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