APPLE VALLEY, Calif. (VVNG.com) — A 35-year-old suspect with two warrants was arrested after leading Apple Valley Police on a pursuit Sunday night.
It happened at about 3:44 pm today at the intersection of Kiowa and Bear Valley Roads when a deputy attempted a traffic stop on a motorcycle that failed to yield.
The rider drove reckless and refused to stop before crashing near the intersection of Central Road in Apple Valley.
Sheriff’s spokeswoman Jodi Miller told VVNG that during the pursuit the suspect went through several stop signs and also ran red lights.
The suspect was identified as Matthew John Borgens, a resident of Apple Valley. He was booked for Failure to Yield and the two outstanding warrants, one for DUI of a watercraft and a suspended license.
According to public arrest records, Borgens is scheduled to appear in court on January 7, 2020. His bail is set at a combined total of $165,000.00.