VACAVILLE (BCN) — Vacaville police Thursday arrested a person whose erratic conduct included leaping on a automotive and threatening to kill a child he stated he was carrying in a blanket.
Police acquired telephone calls round 1:30 p.m. concerning the man on the intersection of Peabody Street and Alamo Drive. Callers stated the person jumped up and down on automotive and requested the driving force to run him over. When confronted, the man threatened to kill a citizen, police stated.
The person then went right into a residence and got here out holding a bundle wrapped in blankets. He stated he had a child in his arms, squeezed it tightly and stated he was going to kill it, based on police.
The person didn’t cooperate with the instructions of responding police officers who tried to barter with him, and he continued threatening to kill the infant, police stated.
The person ran onto Peabody Street towards Alamo Drive with officers in pursuit, and officers have been capable of take him into custody and place him in a restraint due to his combative conduct, police stated.
Police decided there wasn’t a child within the blanket. The person, recognized as Frank Pena Jr., 21, was taken to a hospital to be medically cleared earlier than being booked within the Solano County Jail for felony housebreaking and
misdemeanor expenses of possession of stolen property and being underneath the affect of a managed substance.
He’s scheduled to be arraigned in Solano County Superior Courtroom Monday afternoon.
The incident, which prompted a visitors backup within the space, illustrates the cut up second selections officers typically need to make, police stated.