Three Arrested After Alleged Shooting and Chase Through Redding
Three people from Stockton are in the Shasta County jail Sunday night after an alleged shooting and chase through Redding.
Redding Police said Sergeant Casey Bokavich heard multiple gunshots coming from the area near an apartment complex on West Street off Eureka Way.
Sergeant Bokavich saw two suspects running to a Saturn Aura parked in front of the apartment complex. As the Saturn fled the scene Bokavich followed and attempted to stop the vehicle.
The driver, identified as 18 year-old Marcus DeShawn Buckley, led officers on a chase through the city reaching speeds of more than 90 miles per hour.
The pursuit ended when Buckley rear ended a 2006 GMC Sonoma pickup on Railroad Avenue, north of Buenaventura Boulevard.
The pickup was driven by 74 year-old Mila Misner who sustained major injuries and was taken to Mercy Medical Center.
Police said Buckley fled the scene and a police canine was used to help bring him into custody.
Officers detained two additional passengers in the Saturn Aura. They were later identified as 22 year-old Latroy Quinly and 21 year-old Jennifer Davis.
During a search of the car officers found a stolen handgun and two pounds of marijuana.
After investigating the initial shooting officers said they learned Buckley and Quinly confronted 30 year-old Jarrod Waddle and 21 year-old Jeffrey Waddle near the apartment complex and attempted to rob them.
Jeffrey Waddle fled the scene and sustained a single gunshot wound to his lower back.
Officers were able to locate him later at a home off Lake Boulevard in Redding.
He was taken to Mercy Medical Center where he was treated for non-life threatening injuries.
RPD investigators said Buckley is a documented criminal street gang member from Stockton.
He was booked into the Shasta County Jail on multiple charges including attempted murder, robbery, conspiracy, felony evasion, possession of stolen property, hit and run and a gang enhancement.
Quinly and Davis were also booked on charges including possession of stolen property and possession/transportation of marijuana.
This case is still under investigation. Anyone with information should call the Redding Police Department at 225-4214.