A Yreka-area woman was eventually captured after ramming a patrol car, according to the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office. Monday afternoon a lieutenant responded to a call about a woman refusing to leave someone’s property at the Ditch Creek R-Ranch in Hornbrook. When he got there he recognized 29-year-old Nikki McGilvray, who was running toward a pickup truck while the truck’s owner was yelling at her to stop. McGilvray tried to drive the truck away but got stuck in the deep mud. The lieutenant parked his vehicle behind the pickup and approached it but he was hit by flying mud from the spinning tires as McGilvray tried to free the truck by rocking it back and forth in the ruts. The lieutenant tried to use his taser but it bounced off the closed window. The lieutenant was going to move his car in case the truck got unstuck but he was too late. The pickup came out of the mud in reverse and rammed the patrol car before speeding away. The lieutenant tried to catch up but McGilvray got away at high speed on Interstate 5. Multiple law enforcement agencies tried and failed to find the truck. On Tuesday morning a citizen reported the truck parked in Hornbrook. McGilvray was still sitting inside and she was taken into custody without incident she faces several felony charges.