City police officer
Jones could not produce a driver's license, vehicle registration or insurance, identified himself as
When backup officers arrived with a mobile LiveScan fingerprint unit, Jones became agitated, started his car and drove off, with officers in pursuit, Harding said.
Jones drove north on
Officers then pursued Jones, who fled on foot down
Jones then threatened officers and said he would "knock you the (expletive) out" when his handcuffs were removed, Harding said.
Police found an envelope in Jones' vehicle addressed to him and were able to confirm his identity. They determined he was wanted out of Harrisburg Probation and Parole on a burglary charge and that he has "violent tendencies, with a propensity for firearms and assault," Harding said.
Jones was charged with felony counts of fleeing or attempting to elude police, flight to avoid apprehension and escape, misdemeanor counts of terroristic threats, reckless endangerment, providing false ID to law enforcement and making false reports, and eight summary traffic violations.
He was arraigned before
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