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* Warren Haley Wanted For Domestic Violence Evades Police In Petaluma

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A man wanted in connection with a Monday domestic violence incident in Santa Rosa managed to evade authorities in Petaluma Wednesday afternoon, police said. A Petaluma police officer spotted Warren Haley at about 12:50 p.m. in front of a residence in the 1800 block of Castle Drive. Police said Haley was known to stay at the home and additional officers responded to set up a perimeter of the area.Investigators contacted Haley on his cell phone and he allegedly said he would not surrender, according to police. Believing he was still in the residence and due to his extensive criminal history, a police SWAT team responded and investigators searched the home and the surrounding area, police said.Haley was not found and remains at large.Police said the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department had been investigating Haley’s whereabouts in connection with a Monday domestic violence incident, and he is wanted for battery, stalking, burglary, false imprisonment and damaging phone lines. He is also wanted for allegedly possessing illegal firearms.

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