A law enforcement chase near Salinas Thursday morning resulted in the arrest of a 27-year-old man who sheriff’s deputies allege violated parole and was busted for drug possession. Monterey County sheriff’s deputies stopped a white Lincoln allegedly violating the vehicle code at about 1:50 a.m. in the area of San Juan Grade and Stirling roads just north of Salinas. Once the car came to a stop, the passenger jumped out of the car and fled the scene, leaving driver Luis Miguel Lopez Ramirez to fend for himself, according to the sheriff’s office. After learning that Ramirez, 27, was on probation with a search and seizure clause, deputies searched the vehicle, locating methamphetamine and a police scanner. Deputies took Ramirez into custody for violation of his probation, and he was transported to Monterey County Jail.
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