An Oregon man has entered a guilty plea in federal court to charges that followed a high speed chase last year in Glenn County. Last July 11th, 25-year-old Joshua Bond of Grants Pass was southbound on Interstate Five at high speed with guns and drugs in his car. A CHP Officer got on his trail near County Road 57 and followed him as he exited at Willows. Bond continued at high speeds through residential streets trying to shake his pursuer. During the chase, bond threw a .380-caliber handgun out the window onto a residential street. He eventually lost control in a cul-de-sac and was captured. In the car officers found a 9-millimeter sub-machine gun, a 12 gauge pump shotgun, various ammunition, two body armor plates, and nearly a half-pound of Methamphetamine. The charges could put him in federal prison for life, but the plea agreement will likely result in a sentence of 15-to-17 years.