By Larry Judkins
Glenn County Observer
After The Observer published the update based upon the Glenn County Jail’s media release, the Glenn County Sheriff’s logs came out with additional information.
According to the log item for the event in question, at about 5:17 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6, Deputy Goodwin observed a Chevy Silverado run off the roadway on Highway 99 near County Road 28 and collide with a barbed wire fence.
The deputy initiated a traffic stop but the vehicle failed to yield, leading to a pursuit.
The driver ultimately “foot-bailed” on Highway 99, south of County Road 48.
After a search of the area, deputies were unable to locate the driver.
The vehicle was registered to Victor Cardenas of 159 Elm Street, Willows, and an investigation was initiated.
The vehicle was towed per California Vehicle Code section 14602.7(a).
Cardenas was contacted later in the day. He denied fleeing from law enforcement and claimed his vehicle was stolen.
Cardenas was ultimately arrested for various charges.
An “involved party” was named as Gabriela Ochoa-Serrano, 2477 Santa Rita Road, apt. #24, Pleasanton.