OR man drives truck off pier in failed getaway attempt

OR man drives truck off pier in failed getaway attempt

OR man drives truck off pier in failed getaway attempt

Erofeeff sped onto the pier and drove into the water.

When officers approached Erofeeff's Ford F150 to take him into custody, he fled and then drove down the pier and into the water.

As escape plans go, this one was lacking.

Officers arrived at North Tongue Point Wednesday morning after getting reports that a man, identified as 27-year-old Timofey Erofeeff of Scotts Mills, was trespassing on boats, Fox 12 reported.

They chose to charge him with second-degree criminal trespass and were advised to take him into custody for a Deschutes County parole violation. He swam away from police but eventually came back.

When he reached the pier, he couldn't even climb back up-the pier was too tall.

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Nearby fisherman and employees of WCT Marine & Construction Inc. helped rescue Erofeef.

As for Erofreef's truck, it's still in the river.

Because of the elevated pier, officers, threw Erofeeff a life vest and floatation disc until he was plucked out of the waters by a skiff, Fox 12 reported. Erofeeff should be thankful too'.

Erofeeff was taken by Medix Ambulance Service to Columbia Memorial Hospital, treated for hypothermia and released to an officer.

Erofeeff was booked into the Clatsop County Jail on accusations of criminal trespass, violating his parole, attempting to elude police, reckless driving and escape. Deputy Chief Halverson said his office was in contact with the Coast Guard about retrieving the vehicle but "It's in the river for now".

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