Bizarre behavior results in pursuit and arrest

Photo by John StrangisRiverside Sheriff’s deputies seal the windows of the truck that led officials on the pursuit. ■ Chronicle News Service A Riverside County Sheriff’s deputy discharged a firearm on Sunday morning, July 30, during a pursuit that originated in Winchester and ended in Hemet near the intersection of Morro Hill Road and Dusty Hill Road. At approximately 9:25 a.m., a citizen flagged down a Riverside County Sheriff’s deputy near the intersection of Fields Drive and Washington Street in the unincorporated community of Winchester. According to a news release by Sgt. Chris Willison, Riverside County Sheriff public information officer, as the deputy was speaking to the subject, the deputy observed

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