Olivehurst chase suspect arrested
An Olivehurst man remained behind bars Tuesday after allegedly leading sheriff's deputies on a vehicle chase.
Michael A. Sisco ran a stop sign around 11 a.m. Monday at Olivehurst and Lindhurst avenues and did not stop when deputies tried to pull him over, Sheriff Steve Durfor said in a statement.
Sisco, 27, of the 1600 block of Eighth Avenue, was eventually captured in the parking lot of the Cloverleaf Market in the 5700 block of Feather River Boulevard. He was booked into jail on suspicion of evading police, vandalism, running a stop sign and driving on a suspended license, according to booking records. Bail was set at $50,000.
Authorities said Sisco drove through the stop sign and accelerated north on Lindhurst and turned west onto Erle Road in west Linda. The driver headed onto Chestnut Road from Erle and eventually headed north before turning onto Jay Street, the Sheriff's Department said. After crashing the sedan into a fence in the 1000 block of Jay Street, Sisco ran on foot, Durfor said. Fence damage was estimated around $1,800.
With the help of a Yuba College police officer, Sisco was tracked down and arrested, officials said.
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