A suspect wanted in an October 2017 incident was booked into jail Thursday.
Devin Siebold, 33, of Salina, was booked on a variety of charges stemming from an October 15, 2017, incident, Salina Police Captain Mike Sweeney said.
Sweeney said the incident began when a Salina Police officer in central Salina attempted to stop a sports style motorcycle for having an illegal tag. The motorcycle took off at a high rate of speed and eventually the officer discontinued pursuit, Sweeny said.
Later, the officer saw a man who resembled the motorcycle rider in the 600 block of Washington. The black jacket the motorcycle rider was seen wearing was found in the backyard of a house in the 600 block of Washington. Sweeney said a 22 caliber handgun and personal-use methamphetamine were found in the jacket. Police eventually were able to identify Siebold as the person on the motorcycle.
According to the Saline County Sheriff’s jail bookings page, Siebold was booked on the following charges.
- Criminal Possession of Weapon by Felon; Certain fel in 10 yrs
- Distribute opiates, opium, narcotics or stimulants; Unknown quantity
- Driving While Suspended
- Flee or attempt to elude LEO by engaging in reckless driving
- Outside warrant/NCIC hit
- Poss para w/intent to manuf/plant/cult
- Reckless Driving
- Taxation; Drugs; No drug tax stamp for marijuana or cont substance
- Unlawful acts: vehicle registration violation