A few days ago on December 27th, a report went out that a black 2006 Audi SD had been stolen at a Winco foods parking lot in Redding.
Around midnight on December 29th, officers from the Redding PD noticed a black 2006 Audi SD driving up in the area of Lake Boulevard and Hilltop Drive. The officers proceeded to get a closer look at the vehicle, and they were able to determine that the vehicle was stolen based on the description of the license plate.
The suspect noticed officers were on to them, as they tried to pull him over on Interstate 5. However, the suspect did not yield, and fled northbound on Interstate 5, eventually exiting on Oasis Road.
Once they arrived at Oasis Road, the suspect ran away on foot, attempting to hide from the officers. Officers conducted a long search, but were finally able to find the suspect thanks to the their police dog, Carr. The suspect was located in a seasonal creek.
As officers proceeded to arrest the suspect, he resisted and fought with the officers. Carr was again utilized to detain the suspect and the suspect hit Carr numerous times, but he remained unharmed. They were finally able to arrest him soon after the scuffle.
The suspect was identified as Marshall Crim, 36. When officers investigated the vehicle, they found a woman in the passenger seat identified as Rebbecca Lyons, 42. Officers searched her and found several narcotics. Lyons was not arrested but issued a citation and released.
According to the report, Crim also had pepper spray and burglary tools. He was charged for fleeing in a vehicle from a peace officer, possession of a stolen vehicle, resisting arrest, possession of pepper spray by a prohibited person, possession of burglary tools, harming a police canine, and violation of parole.