REDDING – The Redding police reported the successful capture of a man on their Most Wanted list that had been published that same morning.
Just about as soon as Tuesday’s list of their most wanted suspects was released, which includes the last known photographs or mugshots, police received a tip that 29-year-old Jacarri Jabrahn Sanders was staying with his brother, 25-year-old Kemayu Kadeem Sanders at an apartment on 10th Street. That morning, just after 11 am according to a police press release, investigators arrived at the apartment with the hopes of finding Jacarri.
A knock on the door met with no response from inside, but they did not just walk away. A consultation with dispatch told them that information had been received confirming that the Sanders brothers should be inside with several other people. The call may in fact have come from someone inside, but police have not confirmed the source of their information. Reports say, however, that while they waited for a response, it was Kemayu who prevented others from answering the door.
After 20 minutes of patiently waiting, the officers forced entry. Five people were in the residence, and some put up a fight. Michele Ann Blood, 42 of Redding and on probation, joined with Jacarri and Kemayu in resisting or obstructing officers. The three were arrested on that charge, and Kemayu for false imprisonment for holding the others inside. Jacarri additionally faces his burglary warrant. The remaining two in the home were released at the scene.
KRCR: Most Wanted suspect apprehended, two more busted by police