SAN BERNARDINO >> A person led police on a wild chase by means of a number of Inland Empire cities that ended with a PIT maneuver in Redlands early Friday. “It lasted fifty two minutes and went all the best way out to Ontario,” stated San Bernardino police Lt. Mike Madden stated. “It went a great distance.”
Jevon Taylor, forty two, of San Bernardino was arrested on suspicion of home violence, making felony threats and felony evading after San Bernardino cops caught as much as and stopped Taylor at California Road close to the ten Freeway in Redlands Friday morning, Madden stated.
Round 12:30 p.m., a lady flagged down a police officer on Kendall Drive close to Little Mountain Drive and advised the officer she had simply been attacked by her associate, later recognized as Taylor.
“Whereas they have been out speaking to the feminine sufferer the male suspect drove by and was identified by the sufferer,” Madden stated. “Then a pursuit ensued.”
Taylor reportedly led officers on a excessive-velocity chase for about 60 miles and ultimately went out to the Ontario space, he stated. Taylor then jumped again onto the ten Freeway and made his method again towards the east.
When Taylor exited the freeway at California Road in Redlands, officers used the PIT maneuver to cease him. He was taken into custody.
Taylor was booked into Central Detention Middle in San Bernardino in lieu of $one hundred,000 bail and is tentatively scheduled to be in courtroom Tuesday.