Elk Grove police arrest suspects after car chase in Sacramento, 12-hour stalemate

A suspect who led police officers in a Sacramento chase before running into a house in Elk Grove was arrested after a 12-hour stalemate, police said. The police surrounded the man’s house overnight and tried to contact him. A SWAT team eventually broke into the man’s house and found no one. But police said that during the search, neighbors called and reported a man walking through their back yard. “We saw someone walking up our driveway between our two parked cars and toward our back fence. That was just weird, ”said neighbor Kelly Alexieff. The suspect was found about a mile from his home Thursday morning after 8:00 am and was fighting the police before being taken into custody, reported Erin Heft of KCRA 3. “Obviously these calls are very dynamic and sometimes they can be very dangerous honestly unknown, “said Jeremy Banks, a public information officer for the Elk Grove Police Department. Authorities fired stun grenades and gas grenades in the house early on Thursday. After that, two people outside tried to cross a police line and were turned back. It is unclear whether they are family members of the suspect. Police said the situation started around 8 p.m. on Wednesday. It’s not clear what sparked the initial chase, but police said KCRA 3 had an arrest warrant issued against the man involved. After the suspect walked into the house on Ammolite Way in Elk Grove, officers closed Ammolite and Tusk Way. The neighbors were asked to try to stay indoors during the negotiations.

A suspect who led police officers in a Sacramento chase before running into a house in Elk Grove was arrested after a 12-hour stalemate, police said.

The police surrounded the man’s house overnight and tried to contact him.

A SWAT team eventually broke into the man’s house and found no one. But police said that during the search, neighbors called and reported a man walking through their backyards.

“We saw someone walk up our driveway between our two parked cars and towards our back fence. That was just weird, ”said neighbor Kelly Alexieff.

The suspect was found about a mile from the apartment after 8 a.m. Thursday morning and fought with police before being taken into custody, KCRA 3’s Erin Heft reported.

“Obviously these calls are very dynamic and at times they can be very dangerous and frankly unknown,” said Jeremy Banks, a public intelligence officer for the Elk Grove Police Department.

Authorities fired stun grenades and gas grenades in the house early on Thursday. After that, two people outside tried to cross a police line and were turned away. It is unclear whether they are family members of the suspect.

As the police said, the situation began on Wednesday around 8 p.m. It is not clear what started the initial chase, but police notified KCRA 3 that the man involved had an arrest warrant.

After the suspect walked into the house on Ammolite Way in Elk Grove, officers closed Ammolite and Tusk Way. The neighbors were asked to stay in their homes during the negotiations for security reasons.

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