GRANGEVILLE, Idaho - The Idaho County Sheriff's Office has released more information regarding a pursuit that resulted in a lockdown in Grangeville.
According to the Sheriff's Office, on Wednesday, September 3, Idaho County authorities were alerted that the Adam's County Sheriff's Office was in pursuit of a stolen Kia Sedona.
The Sedona had been reported stolen on Saturday night/early Sunday morning to the Nampa Police Department. The suspect, a white man with dark facial hair, was reported to be driving the car and using a stolen credit card.
Idaho County Deputies located the car and placed two sets of spike strips on Highway 95 at milepost 234, which flattened the front tires of the Sedona. However, the driver continued on until rear ending a patrol car and exiting.
According to the Sheriff's Office, the suspect was seen brandishing a gun and forcefully removing an 84-year-old man from his BMW. The suspect then fled in the BMW, leading deputies on a pursuit that reached in excess of 100 miles per hour on gravel roads. More spike strips were deployed, but were ineffective.
The suspect then headed down Court Street near Grangeville Elementary and Middle Schools, which prompted a lockdown of all area schools for student and staff safety.
The suspect then abandoned the BMW in Grangeville and stole a Ford F350 boom truck, according to the Sheriff's Office. The truck continued on Idaho County backroads before becoming disabled due to the terrain and the suspect fled on foot into the Cottonwood Creek Canyon area.
Multiple law enforcement agencies searched for the suspect throughout the night.
At about 8:35 am on Wednesday, September 4, 29-year-old Jackie Shayde Sedillo of Middleton, Idaho was arrested on an Ada County warrant for failure to appear. Further charges are also pending.
Previous Coverage : The Idaho County Sheriff's Office says the suspect has been taken into custody Wednesday morning.
An Idaho State Police SWAT team was on scene assisting police in the search for the subject who was at large Tuesday evening. Authorities had also been searching the area on ATV's and via helicopter.
GRANGEVILLE, Idaho - Residents in the area of Long Haul Road and Cottonwood Creek outside Grangeville, Idaho are advised to be on lockdown as authorities pursue an armed man.
The Idaho County Sheriff's Office advises people to lock their vehicles and their homes. They also urge people to not make contact with the subject.
He's described as a white man with dark facial hair in his mid 20s. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a dark T-shirt and a baseball hat.
Schools and hospitals in the area are also on lockdown, according to the Sheriff's Office.
People are asked to not contact the Idaho County Sheriff's Office regarding this issue at this time unless it's an emergency or you have information regarding the subject.