Two arrest warrants were issued Sunday for a wanted Petaluma man who failed to appear in court for a stolen vehicle case and is also suspected of committing felony domestic battery, police said.
Henry Flores, 30, fled the location of a domestic battery Saturday in the 900 block of Petaluma Boulevard North prior to the police’s arrival at 1130 a.m., according to Petaluma Police Lt. Ken Savano.
Flores is suspected of inflicting a 22-year-old female victim with serious facial injuries, including a laceration that required stitches, Savano said.
At 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, neighbors notified police that Flores was trying to return to the location of the abuse.
Officers set up a perimeter and conducted an extensive search from the ground and air, but were unable to locate Flores.
Flores is out on bail from a recent auto theft case for which he failed to appear in court on Saturday, causing a judge to issue a $150,000 warrant for his arrest, Savano said.
The same judge reviewed the domestic violence case and issued a second arrest warrant for $200,000, according to Savano.
Officers and detectives are currently following up on leads about Flores’ whereabouts, as he remains at large.
Flores is described as a Hispanic male, 5 foot 8 inches tall, 200 pounds with black hair, hazel eyes, a shaved head and a goatee.
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