Dude will never straighten out.
It all started on Tuesday, when Monterey County deputies were sent to San Benancio Road in Salinas on reports of a man in a silver Honda, stealing items out of cars.
After being spotted in the 300 block of Corral De Tierra, deputies attempted to stop him and were led on a pursuit.
The man eventually crashed into a creek at highway 68 and was arrested. 23-year-old Jeffrey Rutt had an outstanding felony warrant.
Jeffrey Rutt Arrested Stealing From Cars
No stranger to police.
When police arrived on scene, they saw 19-year-old Jeffrey Rutt of Pacific Grove, inside the apartment and called for him to come out. However, Rutt refused to comply. So police called the Monterey County Sheriff’s Department for assistance.
Guns were drawn and officers used a bull horn to get Rutt to come out. After an hour, Rutt surrendered. Police arrested him for being under the influence of a controlled substance. They don’t know if Rutt lives there, but do know he’s been to that apartment from time to time.
Teen On Drugs Caught Breaking Into Apartment
Calling 911 while on drugs, Check. Shooting indoors, Check. Lasers, Check. Yep, weird.
Officers said emergency dispatchers received multiple calls around 12:50 a.m. from an apartment on Arkwright Court, with the callers reporting laser lights flashing, a robbery and being chased by “people and cars.”
Police arrived and arrested Ian Peel, 41, Jeffrey Rutt, 19, and Sean Lessen-Dees, 18, all described as residents of the apartment.
Charges included being under the influence of a controlled substance, drug and paraphernalia possession, and negligent discharge of a firearm.
Police said they found a loaded .357 Magnum revolver that had been fired inside the apartment.
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