EUGENE, Ore. - Police hope a suspect wanted in connection with a stolen car that crashed in west Eugene and knocked out power to dozens of homes Easter morning will turn himself.
Eugene Police identified James Jeremiah Naylor, 32, as a suspect in the case.
The stolen 1997 Nissan Sentra sedan was reported stolen Saturday.
The car was found abandoned on Royal Avenue at Oak Hill Cemetery Road with a fence post impaled through the passenger compartment.
The car also hit a utility pole, knocking out power to about 180 customers on Easter Morning.
Police ask anyone with information about Naylor's whereabouts call Eugene Police at (541) 682-5111 or Lane County Sheriff’s Office at (541) 682-4141.