ROSEBURG, Ore. -- Roseburg police say a man who was not happy about being stopped and cited got back in his car and took off, leading police on a short car chase.
Officials say that just after noon on Monday, an officer made a traffic stop for minor violations in the 1300 block of SE Stephens.
That's when officers say the driver of the 1993 Jaguar XJ6, Raymond David Corverse, 80, of Roseburg, became angry.
Officials say that when Corverse found out his car would be towed due to him having a suspended license, he jumped back in and took off.
Officers say Corverse led them on a chase that went onto Diamond Lake Blvd. and then to Winchester Street, where the vehicle turned onto Odell.
Authorities say the man then pulled over and parked in front of a private home.
Officials say that shortly after that, Corverse was taken into custody without further incident.
He was lodged in the Douglas County Jail and booked on charges of attempting to elude police in a vehicle and failing to return a suspended license.
His bail was set at $57,500.