Woodland PD Arrest Suspect Following Chase

Woodland PD Arrest Suspect Following Chase

The Woodland Police Department reportedly arrested a suspect for brandishing a weapon, after leading officers on both vehicle and foot pursuits, according to an official press release.

Robert Anthony Aragon, 35, of Woodland was reportedly arrested for brandishing a firearm, felony vehicle evasion, vehicle hit and run, felon in possession of a firearm, felon in possession of a firearm in a moving vehicle, felon in possession of ammunition, and resisting arrest. He was reportedly booked into the Yolo County Jail.

According to Woodland PD, on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, at approximately 8:25 pm, officers were dispatched to 1180 Matmor Road for reports of a suspect brandishing a pistol. The suspect — later identified as Aragon — reportedly fled the scene in a Dodge Caravan. Officers reportedly spotted the vehicle traveling northbound on East Street near Gum Avenue. Officers reportedly tried to stop the vehicle through a traffic stop, however, the suspect reportedly failed to stop and used evasive driving tactics to avoid capture.

During the pursuit, the suspect reportedly collided into two parked vehicle on McKinley Avenue north of Cross Street. This reportedly caused the suspect to exit the vehicle and flee the scene on foot. A perimeter was reportedly set up and officers from West Sacramento and the California Highway Patrol assisted in a yard-to-yard search. The suspect was reportedly located and arrested without further incident in a side yard of a residence located on the 600 block of West Street.

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Woodland PD Arrest Suspect Following Chase was last modified: April 28th, 2014 by admin
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Corrie Pelc brings over 16 years of journalism experience to United Reporting. She currently writes for a number of Sacramento-area publications, including Sacramento News & Review, East Sacramento News, Arden Carmichael News, Inside the City and Style Magazine.