Man Arrested Following Vehicle Pursuit
On September 3, 2020, investigators with the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Strategic Enforcement Unit (SEU) saw a man in the 3800 block of East Mulberry Street who appeared to be buying or selling illegal narcotics. Investigators followed the man as he drove away and confirmed the registered owner of the vehicle had a revoked driver’s license.
At approximately 5:27 p.m., investigators attempted a traffic stop near East Mulberry Street and South Summit View Drive, but the suspect did not stop his vehicle. Investigators pursued the vehicle a short distance to successfully deploy StarChase, a GPS vehicle pursuit tracking device, and discontinued the pursuit.
Investigators tracked the suspect vehicle to the cul-de-sac of Black Oak Court in Loveland. At approximately 6:00 p.m., they again attempted a traffic stop, but the suspect used his vehicle to ram an SEU vehicle. The suspect then drove between two homes toward Dry Creek to the south and crashed into a wood retaining wall.
The suspect fled on foot for a short distance and was arrested without further incident. He was identified as Cecil Donnell Sturkie (03/06/1974) of Loveland and was booked into the Larimer County Jail on the following allegations:
Attempted 1st Degree Assault on Peace Officer (class 4 felony)
Vehicular Eluding (class 5 felony)
Possession of Burglary Tools (class 5 felony)
Criminal Mischief (class 6 felony)
Tampering with Physical Evidence (class 6 felony)
Violation of Bail Bond Conditions x 4 (class 6 felony)
Possession of Identification Document (class 1 misdemeanor)
Resisting Arrest (class 2 misdemeanor)
Possession of drug paraphernalia
Bond was set at $35,000 and a booking photo is attached.
The suspect vehicle, SEU vehicle, and the retaining wall sustained damage.
The charges are merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until, and unless, proven guilty.
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