Pollock Pines Man On Parole Leads Deputies On 34-Mile Pursuit
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EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) – A man wanted on a parole violation led El Dorado County sheriff’s deputies on a 34-mile pursuit on a stolen motorcycle Thursday night.
Deputies spotted Brandon Remy, 44, of Pollock Pines at the Quik Stop Market at 615 Pleasant Valley Road in Diamond Springs with a passenger, Karen White, 24, of Placerville.
Remy, who was released from prison five months ago and had a warrant out for a parole violation, did not pull over and began to evade the deputies, the sheriff’s office said.
White allegedly threw something from the motorcycle during the pursuit and deputies recovered unspecified illegal drugs and drug-related items from the roadway.
A California Highway Patrol patrol unit and CHP aircraft joined the pursuit as it continued. Eventually the pursuit entered into Amador County where Amador County sheriff’s deputies also became involved. It eventually came to an end 34 miles after it started at the Amador County Fairgrounds, the sheriff’s office said.
No one was injured in the incident.
Remy was arrested for a parole violation, evading arrest, possession of the stolen motorcycle, driving under the influence and drug-related charges.
White was arrested for drug-related charges, attempting to conceal or destroy evidence and interfering with the duties of a peace officer.