Man Wanted on Seven Warrants Arrested

OILDALE — A man already wanted by police for seven outstanding warrants was finally taken into custody after a short vehicle pursuit on Wednesday.

Deputies from the Kern County Sherriff’s Dept. Gang Suppression Section arrested 25-year-old Daniel Guzman-Bartel on July 24, booking him on charges of domestic violence, criminal threats, possession of a stolen vehicle, failure to yield causing property damage, hit and run, possession of burglary tools and resisting arrest.

500 Block of Plymouth Avenue

He is being held on no bail.

According to a Sheriff’s press release, deputies responded to the 500 block of Plymouth Avenue in Oildale to investigate a report of domestic violence.

After an interview with the victim, Deputies determined Bartel was the suspect and a search began.

A short time later Deputies found Bartel driving a stolen vehicle in the 600 block of Sharon Place, just a half mile from where the original incident took place.

When Officers arrived at the residence, Bartel noticed them coming and took off, leading Deputies on a short vehicle pursuit that ended when Bartel’s vehicle collided with a chain link fence at the intersection of Date Street and Belle Avenue.

“After the suspect’s vehicle became incapacitated,” a Sherriff’s spokesperson said. “He tried to flee the scene on foot but was taken down by a K-9 unit.”

After Bartel was taken into custody, he was treated for his injuries, and then booked into the Kern County Jail.

Bartel’s priors included three outstanding felony warrants and four outstanding misdemeanor warrants for charges ranging from assault to resisting arrest.

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Man Wanted on Seven Warrants Arrested was last modified: January 14th, 2019 by admin
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