Armed man who fled into Olympic National Park in custody

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK, Wash. (AP) — Law enforcement officers have found an armed man who fled into a campground,  at Olympic National Park. The Seattle Times reports the man was booked into the Clallam County Correctional Facility around late Tuesday with a federal charge equal to a state felony. He has since been transferred to Tacoma where he awaits formal charges. Parts of Olympic National Park were closed Sunday night following reports of an armed man. Hurricane Ridge Road has reopened, while Deer Park Road and Obstruction Point Road are still closed to the public. The Clallam County Sheriff’s office said Monday there was information to suggest the person had been using drugs and suffering from possible mental duress.