U.S. Marshals and the Clark County Sheriff’s Department were serving a warrant at a western Clark County farmhouse Friday morning when a suspect decided to make his arrest difficult.
Jamie Back, who was wanted for six counts of breaking and entering, immediately fled his residence when he spotted the authorities, according to the U.S. Marshal’s office.
Back then led both departments on a chase through his chicken coop and a cow pasture before eventually jumping into the Mad River.
U.S. Marshals and Deputies then entered the river and dragged Back to the shore where they arrested him.
Back is currently in custody at the Clark County jail and faces additional charges for fleeing from police.