A Stanislaus County man has been arrested on a number of prices after failing to cease at a DUI checkpoint and trying to flee from officers in Merced, in keeping with authorities.
Guadalupe Cuevas, 37, of Empire, was driving a GMC Sierra about 10:40 p.m. Sunday when he reportedly did not cease at a DUI checkpoint close to G Avenue and Olive Avenue, in keeping with Merced police Sgt. Tony Aponte. Police mentioned personnel working the checkpoint tried to get the person to cease however he didn’t obey their instructions and drove by it.
Police mentioned the car reportedly struck an individual working the checkpoint. In keeping with Aponte, that individual didn’t undergo any main injures. Aponte mentioned officers pursued the truck south alongside G Avenue and east alongside East Alexander Avenue.
In some unspecified time in the future, Cuevas exited the truck and officers established a fringe within the space, police mentioned. Officers ultimately situated Cuevas within the space of Beverly Courtroom and he was taken into custody. Through the arrest, police discovered a warrant had been issued for Cuevas on second-degree theft.
Cuevas was booked into the Merced County Jail on suspicion of felony second-degree theft, evading a peace officer inflicting harm or dying, assault with a lethal weapon not a firearm in addition to misdemeanor unlicensed driver and resisting, in keeping with jail data.
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