Man arrested after low-speed chase involving camper

LINCOLN, Neb. -- Authorities say they have arrested a man following a low-speed chase in which the driver was hauling a camper.

The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office says deputies got a report Wednesday that a truck towing a motor home didn't have working lights.

Authorities tried pulling the vehicle over, but the driver refused to stop, according to reports.

Police say the car was only driving at 5-15 miles per hour.

With the use of stop sticks, deputies brought the vehicle to a halt. The driver was then arrested.

Robert Oglesby is now facing fleeing to avoid arrest charges.

Authorities say he bought the camper and was trying to get home before dark but did not make it.