FROM THE MARION" COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE:
K-9 DUDER APPREHENDS GRAND THEFT AUTO SUSPECT AFTER CHASE On April 30, 2019 in the 5000 block of Northwest 100th street, Marion County Sheriff's Office detectives conducted a felony traffic stop on a 2004 white Ford 150 pickup truck that was reported stolen. The driver, Daniel Eugene Bolden (DOB:12/04/1975), decided not to comply with the detectives and fled in the stolen vehicle and a pursuit was initiated. During the pursuit detectives deployed stop-sticks which flattened three of the trucks 4 tires. Bolden pulled the pickup truck off the road and fled on foot, he was informed to stop or our K-9 would be released. Bolden continued to run and K-9 Duder caught up and apprehended him. Bolden was arrested and charged with:
Fleeing & Eluding Resist Officer Without Violence Criminal Mischief Burglary Grand Theft Auto Petit Theft (2 counts)
Air-One was able to guide our deputies and detectives through that chase safely and K-9 Duder was able to apprehend the criminal. Moral of the story: Don’t run…Air-One will find you and the K-9s will catch you.