A Shasta County man ran away when deputies arrived at his house to arrest him Wednesday. Sheriff's deputies and probation office personnel had gone to do a probation search at a home on East Stillwater Road, and they had outstanding arrest warrants for Dustin Warmington. He reportedly fled into a wooded area and, despite an extensive search with help from a K-9 and a CHP helicopter, he was not found. Deputies searched the home and reported finding a stolen enclosed trailer in the driveway. The owners of the trailer were contacted and said they were in the process of moving when the trailer was taken and it contained furniture and boxes of personal belongings. Several of the boxes were found under a travel trailer and the furniture was in use inside the home. The property was worth about 10,000 Dollars and the trailer about 3,000 Dollars. While deputies were there Michael Mattson pulled into the driveway, saw the deputies, and immediately sped away. Deputies followed him and stopped him on Churn Creek Road near Highway 299. He was arrested on an outstanding warrant for burglary. Warmington will face a number of charges when he's found.