Sheriff’s Office: Kern County woman accused of brandishing gun arrested after pursuit

Sheriff’s Office: Kern County woman accused of brandishing gun arrested after pursuit
Above: Items located during search of Holloway’s residence | Kern County Sheriff’s Office
Originally published 11-23-21 via Nixle
by the Kern County Sheriff’s Office:

“On November 23, 2021, Kern County Sheriff’s Office deputies from the metropolitan patrol section were dispatched to the area of N. Chester Avenue and Ray Street regarding the brandishing of a firearm.

Through their investigation, deputies discovered a female suspect, later identified as Tiffany Holloway (DOB 7/19/1996), pointed a firearm at two victims and threatened to harm them. Deputies located Holloway in the 700 block of Espee Street. Deputies attempted to initiate a traffic enforcement stop on Holloway but Holloway refused to stop, and a vehicle pursuit was initiated.

During the pursuit, Holloway discarded a firearm out of the vehicle, which was later recovered by deputies. The suspect drove in circles for a short time before the pursuit ended in the 700 block of Espee Street and Holloway was taken into custody.

Deputies located narcotics and firearm parts in the suspect vehicle. Deputies obtained a search warrant for the suspect’s residence in the 700 block of Espee Street, where additional firearms, narcotics and firearm parts were located. Holloway was booked into the Kern County Jail for numerous felony charges including evading and resisting arrest, possession of illegal firearms, and narcotics charges.

Anyone with additional information can contact the Kern County Sheriff’s Office at (661) 861-3110.”

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