MEDFORD, Ore.-- Aubrey General pleaded guilty in Jackson County Court Thursday.
In May 2018, an Oregon State Police Trooper tried to talk with General after he saw General trying to remove and abandoned vehicle sticker off a motorhome that had been parked in front of an adult shop for a while.
The trooper soon learned the motorhome was stolen. He tried to pull General over.
General led the officer and other unit that were called in on a slow chase through Medford.
At one point, General was forced to stop at a traffic light. Police tried to block General with a patrol car. General rammed into it and another car to get away.
General continued to drive until the motorhome got stuck in a parking garage. He was then arrested.
Police found a stolen motorcycle inside the motorhome.
General plead guilty to one count of Attempting to Elude a Police Officer, two counts of Criminal Mischief in the First Degree, two counts of Recklessly Endangering Another Person, one count of Unlawful Use of a Motor Vehicle, and one count of Theft in The First Degree.
General will service 31 months, or about two and a half years, in prison. As part of his sentence, General's license is suspended and he is ordered to pay restitution for damages.