2/24/2011 Sheriff: Man Threatens Deputies with Metal Pipe

CONTACT OFFICER: Captain Forrest Bartell CASE #11-6043

BY: Captain Bartell

DATE/TIME: 02-24-2011, 0250 hrs.

CRIME/INCIDENT: 148 P.C./245 P.C. Attempt Assault/ Resisting Arrest/ Poss Stolen Prop

LOCATION: 1650 Stanton Dr., City of Shasta Lake Sheriff’s Station

VICTIM(S): State of California

SUSPECTS(S): Hines, Roy Franklin, WMA 39 years, Anderson, CA


On 2-24-2011 at 0250 hours, deputies from the City of Shasta Lake Sheriff’s office were completing paperwork at the Shasta Lake Station when Sergeant Michael Peery, Deputies Logan Stonehouse and Michael Orner heard noises outside the station. Sergeant Peery exited the station through the rear door to find the suspect, Roy Hines, squatting down near the front end of a patrol vehicle. When Sergeant Peery asked Hines what he was doing, Hines stood up with a 4-foot metal pipe and advanced at all three deputies. Deputies displayed restraint in using lethal force until Hines reached approximately 20 feet, at which time Hines dropped the pipe and fled northbound across the parking area towards Shasta Dam Blvd. Deputies pursued Hines on foot, catching him as he jumped in a vehicle near Shasta Dam Blvd. Hines was able to start the vehicle and ignored deputy’s commands to stop. Deputies were able to deploy a taser and get Hines into custody before he fled.

While in custody, Hines made several comments that he had planned to be tasered.

Hines was booked on numerous charges and transported to the main jail.

-from press release
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1 Response

  1. Avatar pmarshall says:

    Good work guys. You have really tough jobs.