High Speed Motorcyclist Gets a Second Chance

A young man who led multiple law enforcement agencies in Tehama County on an extremely high speed chase has gotten a break in sentencing. 20-year-old Noah Natho was arrested in May. A CHP officer pulled him over on his motorcycle for speeding in Red Bluff. Natho almost came to a complete stop before fleeing down Interstate Five at more than 130 miles an hour. When he tried to exit the freeway in Corning, Natho crashed his motorcycle, but still tried to get away on foot before being taken down by a K9. For felony reckless evading, Natho has been sentenced to 280 days in county jail and a 2 year prison sentence is suspended in lieu of 2 years probation.