Roseville, Calif.- On September 1, 2012, at about 5:06 PM, Rocklin Police Officers made a traffic stop in the area of Sierra College Boulevard and Interstate-80 for a vehicle code violation. As the officers approached the vehicle on foot, the vehicle abruptly drove away from the officers at a high rate of speed.
The officers pursued the suspect vehicle on to westbound Interstate-80. The pursuit continued into the city of Roseville where the driver drove over a curb and flattened one of his tires. The driver continued fleeing and later abandoned his vehicle in the Kaiser Permanente parking lot at the corner of Cirby Way and Riverside Boulevard.
The driver fled on foot, but good Samaritans pointed police in the direction where he was last seen. The California Highway Patrol and the Roseville Police Department responded to help the Rocklin Police Department locate the suspect. After a brief foot pursuit, the driver was apprehended. Officers later located the passengers of the vehicle in the immediate area. Police later learned that one of the passengers was a child. The passengers were released without charges.
The driver of the vehicle was wanted by the Secret Service and had a Federal warrant for his arrest. He was booked at the Placer County Jail.
Jamal Shaw, 37 years old, of Stockton, was arrested and booked into jail on the following charges:
- Felony Federal Warrant
- Felony Evading a Police Officer
- Resisting Arrest
- Felony Child Endangerment
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