Police: Oregon suspect forced woman to drive him 2K miles

Oregon Killings
This security camera image provided by the Lane County Sheriff's Department released Friday, June 18, 2021 shows a suspect in a hit-and-run crash and shootings in the small city of Noti, in southwest Oregon that left three people dead. Authorities are seeking the publics help in finding and identifying the suspect. (Lane County Sheriff's Department via AP)

NORTH BEND, Oregon (AP) — Authorities say a man sought in the killings of his father and two other people in a small Oregon city forced a woman to drive him more than 2,000 miles in her car to Wisconsin, where he turned himself in.

Police said Sunday that Oen Evan Nicholson approached Laura Johnson after she returned to her parking spot during a her lunch break on Friday in Springfield, Oregon, and forced her to drive him north.

Authorities were notified Sunday morning that Nicholson had turned himself in to police in Milwaukee.

Police say Johnson wasn’t harmed. It’s not know if Nicholson has a lawyer to speak on his behalf.