Seven-mile pursuit ends on a dead-end road

Seven-mile pursuit ends on a dead-end road
Photo: Marissa Williams
“Yesterday, shortly before 11 am, our AGNET (Agriculture, Gangs, and Narcotics Enforcement Team) Deputies Anderson and McElwain tried to do a traffic stop on a silver Ford Mustang.
The driver got off on westbound Hwy 4 at Filbert Street, where he pretended to slow down before getting back on Hwy 4 and taking off at a high rate of speed. He led the deputies on a 7-mile pursuit that ended at the Port of Stockton.
Driving erratically at speeds of over 100 mph and passing cars on the shoulder, the driver, Jeremy Thomson, 31, and his passenger, Marissa Williams, 27, turned into a dead-end street. They both ran from the car, but were not fast enough and were arrested a short distance later.
Thank you to the Stockton Port Police for their assistance during this incident. Why did they run you say?
Well, because Thomson was out on probation for a felony narcotics charge he committed in #AlamedaCounty and they had lots of narcotics with them, as well as stolen property.
There were over 766 grams of methamphetamine, over 30 grams of heroin, almost 14K in cash, and several bank cards and checks in other people’s names.
Both were booked into the San Joaquin County Jail for numerous felonies.
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