A Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy arrested a wanted felon who allegedly led him on a pursuit Sunday. On Sunday night, a deputy saw two people sitting in a vehicle and recognized one of them as Nathan Wilson, a wanted felon with a history of firearm possession, sheriff’s officials said.
When the deputy approached the pair, Wilson allegedly fled. The deputy pursued Wilson, who ignored several commands to stop, sheriff’s officials said. The deputy then used a Taser stun gun to incapacitate Wilson. While arresting Wilson, the deputy allegedly found a loaded firearm in his jacket pocket, sheriff’s officials said.
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