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Ross gets week for fleeing, meth
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A man who fled police only to be caught holding meth later on will serve a week in jail for his behavior.The man, Randy Glenn Ross, was released on time serve, which amounted to about seven days, on charges of evading arrest, simple possession of meth, and drug paraphernalia. He was also issued a $750 fine and must perform 50 hours public service work. He will remain on probation for three years.His sentence comes after McMinnville patrolman Jared Jacobs tried to pull him over on Greenland Drive.