The California Highway Patrol is searching for a woman who stole a patrol car while she was being taken into custody in Vallejo Friday.
Surveillance video clip reveals a CHP patrol car quiting near a driveway in a silent community.
But the individual jumping out of the motorist’s seat and running off wasn’t a policeman. It’s a woman in manacles who had actually simply been apprehended hours previously for a different case including a swiped car.
As of Friday evening, the CHP was still looking for her.
“There was a lot of police activity, I heard helicopters in the air, and saw a highway patrol car driving down the street,” claimed Joseph Griffin of Vallejo.
According to CHP, she was driving a swiped car out of San Francisco and at some point wound up in Vallejo.
The quest was aborted, after that Vallejo authorities located the car, and called CHP.
She was taken into custody and was resting in the rear of the patrol car in manacles. She after that procured into the motorist’s seat of the patrol car, and repel.
A next-door neighbor shared security video clip revealing her deserting the car off University Road, after that running away.
CHP did recoup the car and every little thing is still undamaged, stating that regardless of all this, they do not think she’s a hazard to the general public.
The scene was still also near to convenience for locals who hope CHP policemans capture her earlier instead of later on.
“I mean we have security here to make sure, we do everything we can to keep it up, but year it’s pretty concerning,” claimed Jonathan Guadamuz of Vallejo.