Three suspects are under arrested following a vehicle pursuit in Roseville, according to an official weekly crime report issued by the Roseville Police Department.
Amanda Rachelle Aguilar, 27, of Sacramento, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs, evading a police officer with disregard for public safety, and a weapons charges related to the sawed-off shotgun that was tossed from her car. Tanner Dayne Colbert, 21, of Roseville, was arrested on weapons charges related to the sawed-off shotgun and possession of burglar’s tools. And Johnny Lobue Jr., 36, of Sacramento was arrested and charged with weapons charges related to the sawed-off shotgun, and possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia.
According to Roseville PD, at 3:50 pm on Sunday, January 4, officers made an enforcement stop on an Infiniti sedan on Alta Avenue near Main Street. Colbert reportedly got out of the vehicle, and Aguilar, the driver, backed up, over his foot and brushed him with the bumper of the car, and then drove away at a high rate of speed.
Officers pursued the vehicle, which according to Roseville PD blew through stop signs, and was being driven in a very reckless manner. Officers used an emergency driving maneuver to stop the car at Baseline Road and Junction Boulevard. Upon search of the vehicle, officers reportedly found drug paraphernalia and suspected stolen property in the car.
While the pursuit was going on, other officers reportedly contacted Colbert, who had gotten out of the car at Alta Avenue near Main Street. As he got out of the car, a bag had been thrown from the car, which was found to contain a sawed-off shotgun.
Tanner Colbert has a series of recent arrests, according to available records. On Christmas Eve, he was charged with stealing a vehicle, conspiracy, and possession a controlled substance. On November 12 he was charged with hit and run resulting in property damage and possession or marijuana while driving. Prior to that, in 2012, he was arrested for assault with a weapon likely to cause great bodily injury.