A 33-year-old Santa Rosa man was arrested Saturday after trying to flee from police officers who were coming to arrest him on a domestic violence charge, according to police.Tommie James was arrested after the incident, which began when officers responded to the 2000 block of Pioneer Way to talk to him, according to Santa Rosa police.During the course of a conversation with officers, James apparently stated he did not want to go to jail, and fled on foot, police said.After a short pursuit on foot, officers used a Taser gun to subdue James and take him into custody, according to police.James received a minor head injury when he fell to the ground, police said. He was treated and released at a local hospital. One of the officers also received minor injuries to both knees during the pursuit, according to police.James was booked at the Sonoma County Jail for domestic battery, resisting arrest, and probation violation, police said.
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