McMINNVILLE, Ore. -- A motorcyclist who would not stop when police tried to pull him over crashed into a pickup truck and died early Tuesday morning, officers said.
Jason Buck had been wanted on three outstanding warrants when at about 12:45 a.m., police attempted to stop him for speeding on Baker Street, near Keck Drive.
KGW also learned Buck was the son of former Milwaukie Police officer Cheryl Dornon.
Dornon gained media attention back in 1999, when her husband, Buck's step-father was shot and killed by a burglar inside their Milwaukie home.
Buck continued north and entered a residential neighborhood. Within minutes, Buck crashed into the driverís side of a westbound Chevy pickup at the intersection of 8th and Davis Streets, said Captain Dennis Marks with McMinnville Police Department.
The pickup careened into the side of a home on NE 8th Street, where Jo Anne Winans was asleep inside.
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"I'm the one that made the comment, 'You see these things on TV.' Well, we seen it for real and it was terrible and it was pretty horrific," Winans said.
Buck, 29, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Pickup driver Monty Minton was transported to Willamette Valley Medical Center with leg injuries.
The pickup passenger, Michael Ernest Cabana, was not injured. No one inside the home was injured, either.
"Our house is destroyed inside and I feel sorry for the gentleman who got the broken leg..." Winans said.
Buck had three probation violation warrants for his arrest, according to Marks. Buck was also wanted for a past incident during which he ran from police