Adan Medina-Torres Arrested in Wrong-Way Crash on 5 Freeway [French Camp, CA]

Adan Medina-Torres Arrested in Wrong-Way Crash on 5 Freeway [French Camp, CA]

Adan Medina-Torres Arrested in Wrong-Way Crash on 5 Freeway [French Camp, CA]

Adan Medina-Torres Arrested, Deputies Struck in French Camp Wrong-Way Crash

 
FRENCH CAMP, CA (October 7, 2019) — A 23-year-old suspect identified as Adan Medina-Torres was arrested on Friday, October 4.
 
Just before midnight, two San Joaquin County Sheriffs deputies in a patrol unit drove south on 5 Freeway near French Camp Road. Then a vehicle driven by Adan Medina-Torres struck them.
 
The force of the incident caused the patrol car to leave the roadway. It came to a stop on the west embankment.
 
Two Stockton Police Department officers stopped to give aid.
 
Medina-Torres tried to leave the scene and officers described him as combative.
 
CHP rushed to the area and arrested Medina-Torres. They booked him into the San Joaquin County Jail. He was charged with felony DUI, assault with a deadly weapon and resisting arrest.
 
Both deputies involved in the incident receive treatments and were released at a local hospital.
 
Doing traffic stops is an important part of a law enforcement officer’s duty to serve and protect the community. Sometimes, it can be a stressful situation for both the driver and the officer. However, through good communication and cooperation, a traffic stop can be a positive experience for everyone. As such, it is important to remain calm when an officer is attempting to pull you over. Find the nearest and safest area to pull over and park your car. Stay in the vehicle until you receive further instructions from the officer.


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