SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) – Deputies say they had to use spike strips against an RV during a chase in Sacramento County on Tuesday.
Deputies say the chase started just before 6:30 a.m. after authorities got a call about a suspicious vehicle near 42nd Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. As they went up to make contact, deputies say the driver took off in the RV.
In custody suspect from this morning’s pursuit: Timothy Cummings, 32. pic.twitter.com/OIsgUVkD5A
— Sacramento Sheriff (@sacsheriff) January 14, 2020
The suspect drove towards a law enforcement officer as they were taking off, deputies say, but did not hit him.
It appears the RV was towing another RV.
The chase ended on Bradshaw Road, near Gerber Road and the driver was taken into custody.
Deputies have identified the driver arrested after the chase as 32-year-old Timothy Cummings. No other information about the chase has been released at this point.
More information to come. Stick with CBS13 for updates.