Silverton woman arrested after standoff, caller claims she was going to 'harm her husband'

Booking photo for Jessica Rogers-Hall

SILVERTON, Ore. – Police took a woman into custody overnight Saturday after an hours-long standoff in the Silverton area.

Officers were called out just after 5 p.m. Saturday on reports that a woman was going home to “harm her husband,” Silverton Police said. The husband was not injured in the incident.

When law enforcement tried to pull Jessica Rogers-Hall over, she led them on a short car chase.

Officers used spike strips to stop her car on Howell Prairie Road.

According to police, she was armed with a handgun and refused to come out of her car.

SWAT officers were called out to handle the situation, and police asked people living nearby to shelter in place.

Rogers-Hall was taken into custody at around 11 p.m. and transported to the hospital with some minor injuries.

After receiving treatment, she was booked into jail on several charges, including attempting to elude police and felon in possession of a firearm.

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