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Hupp sentenced for theft, escape attempt
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A man who ran from police on a stolen motorcycle and then tried to escape from jail while waiting for trial was given a nine-year sentence.The defendant Timothy Michael Hupp, 25, was ordered to serve 360 days of a nine-year sentence, pay $1,000 and perform 40 hours public service work for theft, evading arrest, reckless endangerment, attempt to commit felony escape and vandalism.His sentence comes after police answered a domestic disturbance involving Hupp and a woman. McMinnville Patrolman Kenneth Seagraves said he saw Hupp on the motorcycle and ordered him to stop twice; however, the cyclist ignored the order and took off. Seagraves caught up to the suspect on Cascade Avenue a few minutes later and Hupp pulled over.