Tyler Huntley, Amy Wulbern Arrested after Fleeing Police on Highway 99 [Stockton, CA]

Tyler Huntley, Amy Wulbern Arrested after Fleeing Police on Highway 99 [Stockton, CA]

Tyler Huntley, Amy Wulbern Arrested after Fleeing Police on Highway 99 [Stockton, CA]

1 Injured, Amy Wulbern Arrested after Wrong-Way Crash on Highway 99

STOCKTON, CA (June 21, 2020) – Authorities arrested a man and a woman after they fled the police, Sunday morning.
According to the San Joaquin Sheriff’s Office, the incident happened at about 10:50 AM. A deputy patrolling through the Days Inn parking lot on Waterloo Road noticed a suspicious Mercedes SUV. Upon checking the license plates, the deputy confirmed that the SUV was a stolen vehicle out of Tracy.
As the deputy approached the vehicle, a man and a woman exited and walked away. Then, the two separated before the deputy could get to them.
A short time later, the deputy caught and detained the male suspect identified as 29-year-old Tyler Huntley. Meanwhile, a second deputy followed the woman as she fled the area in the stolen vehicle. However, she entered Highway 99 going the wrong way. Then, the fleeing vehicle later caused an accident, injuring a citizen.
Other responding deputies later located the woman, identified as 39-year-old Amy Wulbern, and safely took her into custody.
Authorities later booked Huntley into the County Jail on suspicion of several felony charges, including being a convicted felon in possession of a concealed firearm, being in possession of illegal narcotics, and being in possession of a stolen vehicle, with his bail set at $560,000.
After medical clearance, authorities also booked Wulbern on suspicion of felony evading, possession of a stolen vehicle, and being a convicted felon in possession of illegal narcotics. In addition, she’s also facing charges of assault with a deadly weapon not a firearm on a police officer, conspiracy, and brandishing a firearm replica in April.
CHP continues to investigate the incident, and they will release more details as soon as possible.

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