WOODLAND (CBS13) — Two men were arrested after leading Yolo County Sheriff’s Office Deputies, California Highway Patrol Officers, and Woodland Police Officers on a chase.
According to Woodland Police, at around 12:50 a.m., an officer attempted to perform a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling southbound on County Road 102 near Hays Lane.READ MORE: WATCH: Bull Bucks Off Rider, Jumps Into Stands At Redding Rodeo; 5 People Hurt
A pursuit began as the car did not stop and entered I-5 northbound.
During the chase, the passenger threw what was later discovered to be a gun out of the window.
Due to safety reasons, Woodland PD stopped their pursuit in the city limits of Woodland, and CHP Air-21 assisted by continuing to monitor the car’s whereabouts.READ MORE: Quail Fire In Vacaville Now 90% Contained
The suspects parked the car at an “unrelated” residence and ran from the scene to a nearby orchard.
CHP Air-21 led law enforcement to the suspects, and they were arrested.
James Calhoun, 28, a Sacramento resident, was arrested for felony evading, resisting arrest, driving on a suspended license, and misdemeanor out-of-county warrants.MORE NEWS: 'Their Choice And Not Ours': Elk Grove Family Speaks Out After Sudden Turn In Teen's Murder Case
Messiah Hubbard, 18, also a Sacramento resident, was arrested for resisting arrest and possession of a firearm.