Hemet: Foot Pursuit and Attempted Carjacking Leads to Arrest

At approximately 3:30 pm on June 21, 2016; a suspect led Hemet Police Officers on a foot pursuit near Gibbel Park. The individual was running from West Devonshire Ave heading southbound on Brandon Way until he attempted a carjacking at the intersection of Brandon Way and Carl Drive. The carjacking failed, and the suspect attempted to flee by jumping over fences; walls; and hiding in the backyard of a residence on Carl Drive.

Hemet Police Officers and Gang Taskforce members set up a perimeter surrounding the area and forced the suspect out of the backyard, at which point he attempted to flee but the pursuit rapidly ended with the suspect being detained at gunpoint after assaulting an officer who was taking him into custody.

location of incident

hpdFrom Hemet Police Department:

“MAN ARRESTED AFTER ASSAULTING BUSINESS OWNER AND POLICE OFFICER: Hemet Police investigated an assault on a Hemet business owner near Florida Avenue and Mayflower Street this morning. Several hours later, an alert Hemet Police officer spotted the suspect near Gibbel Park in downtown Hemet. The officer tried to detain the suspect but he violently resisted arrest, assaulted the officer and fled on foot. After a short chase, police arrested 26 year old Terrance Jackson. He was booked into Riverside County jail on Felony and misdemeanor assault charges.”

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Terrance Jackson

He’s being currently held at Southwest Detention Center with a bail amount of $10,000 and with the following charges.

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