A Prunedale man was arrested Sunday after leading Monterey County
sheriff's deputies on an off-road, high-speed pursuit, according to the sheriff's office.
Deputies spotted Cameron Bush, 29, driving a stolen Chevrolet Silverado and they followed him, the sheriff's office said.
Bush led deputies on a high-speed chase and went off-road at Tarpey and Maher roads near Las Lomas in unincorporated Monterey County, the sheriff's office said.
The pursuit went into an agricultural facility, continuing at a high speed until Bush's car stopped running, the sheriff's office said.
Bush attempted to run but was unable to evade the deputies.
He was arrested on suspicion of recklessly evading, vehicle theft,
possession of stolen property, trespassing and vandalism.
Bush was already sought after for crimes committed in Monterey and
San Benito counties, including kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon,
criminal threats and spousal abuse, according to sheriff's officials.
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