A man who led Tehama County Deputies and the CHP on a lengthy pursuit from Red Bluff into Butte County has been sentenced. It was 2:14AM May 30th when a deputy on Highway 99 noticed a Chevy S-10 pickup straddling the fog line. He pulled the truck over near Patterson Road and the driver, 52-year-old Charles Raymond Miller of Chico, refused to identify himself at first, but eventually handed the deputy a California I.D. Card. A records check showed he was on post release supervision for multiple DUI’s, had a suspended license, and had a curfew between 8PM and 6AM. The deputy told Miller to get out of the truck to do a field sobriety check but Miller sped away, nearly running over the deputy’s feet. A high speed chase headed south and continued for 26 miles until Miller ran over a spike strip set by the CHP at Cana Highway. For fleeing with reckless disregard and three prior felonies, Miller has been sentenced to 6 years in state prison.