Woman facing 6 years in prison found hiding in bathroom

Woman facing 6 years in prison found hiding in bathroom

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. - Police captured a wanted woman a day after she failed to show up for sentencing to 6 years in prison.

Police in Springfield found Felisha Plane, 24, on January 23, 2013, locked in the bathroom of a Springfield apartment.

Plane had

pleaded guilty January 16 to a deal sending her to prison for 72 months

on 11 counts of identity theft, a drug charge and some misdemeanor charges, police said.

Court rules give the defendant the option of proceeding immediately to sentencing or coming back to court in 48 hours.

Due to a court furlough day and Monday's Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, she was ordered to return to court January 22 at 9:15 a.m. and let out of jail.

She didn't show up for sentencing, and a warrant was issued for her arrest.

Police took Plane into custody on the afternoon of January 23, 2013. A man in the apartment with her, Daniel Wayne Evans of Eugene, was charged with Interfering with Police.