Hit and Run Suspect Barricades Himself In Car

Tualatin Police Dept. - 05/22/18 

On May 22, 2018, at about 4:57 PM, Tualatin Police were called to a hit and run motor vehicle crash.  
During the crash, an adult male suspect fled in a pickup near the 19400 block of SW Martinazzi Avenue after striking the victim’s vehicle, causing substantial damage.  The victim followed the suspect’s pickup to the 19400 block of SW Boones Ferry Road, at which time police arrived and contacted the suspect, identified as Robert Schiskey, 61 years of age, of Tualatin. 
Mr. Schiskey again fled the scene and a short pursuit occurred, in which Mr. Schiskey struck a pursuing police vehicle. Police chased Mr. Schiskey for about a mile to a parking lot near SW Martinazzi Avenue and SW Shenandoah Way.  Mr. Schiskey would not follow commands to exit his vehicle and could not safely be taken into custody. 
Officers from Tigard PD, Beaverton PD, and Sherwood PD, responded to the scene of the parking lot where Mr. Schiskey had barricaded himself in his vehicle.  Attempts to negotiate a peaceful surrender took place for over an hour.  With the assistance of Washington County Tactical Negotiations Team and Crisis Negotiation Unit, Mr. Schiskey eventually complied and exited his vehicle.  He was taken into custody without incident.  Mr. Schiskey was not injured.
No police were injured during this incident.
The original motor vehicle crash victim sustained minor injuries.
Mr. Schiskey was arrested and is to be lodged at the Washington County Jail for Hit and Run, DUII, and Felony Elude.
No further information at this time.