On Wednesday, October 14th, the Vacaville Police Department, California, placed a resident of Elmira under arrest after he fled the scene of a traffic accident. Brandon Barron, 27, would need representation from a car accident attorney.
According to the police, the suspect ran from the scene of a hit-and-run accident on Interstate 80 near Davis Street and hid in the backyard of a home. Lt. David Kellis said shortly before 4 p.m., the man collided with a California Highway Patrol officer on the freeway and fled from the scene on foot.
The lieutenant said Barron has five outstanding warrants, including one for a felony. He added that witnesses informed them that the suspect ran toward Winco, and using the store’s security camera, they located him.
Kellis stated that officers tried to contact the man, but he eluded them through the rear door. A short while later, a motorcycle officer saw Barron on a bike path behind the store. He saw the lawman and jumped the fence into the backyard of a home in the 800 block of Kingman Drive.
The police, together with the California Highway Patrol, flooded the neighborhood around Winco Foods. They used a helicopter and a K9 to locate the man and took him into custody. Officers conveyed him to Kaiser Permanente Medical Center to get treated for his injuries.
They remanded him at the Solano County Jail upon getting released. There is no additional information at this time.
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