A Prunedale man wanted on suspicion of several felonies led Monterey County sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed chase Sunday.
Cameron Bush, 29, was wanted in both Monterey and San Benito counties on a variety of charges, including kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon, criminal threats and spousal abuse.
On Sunday, deputies spotted Bush driving a stolen Chevy Silverado near the Monterey/San Benito county line, the Sheriff’s Office said.
Bush used the pickup to ram a gate into an agricultural facility around Tarpy Road and Maher Road, evading cops as the pursuit went off-pavement, according to a news release from the Sheriff’s Office.
Eventually, the truck — high centered — couldn’t continue, and deputies nabbed Bush before he could run, deputies said.
In addition to warrants, Bush was booked on suspicion of recklessly evading police, auto theft, possessing stolen property, trespassing and vandalism.
Bush is suspected in a number of recent burglaries and other felonies in north Monterey County, the Sheriff’s Office said.