According to a Manchester Police press release, received Friday, March 14, 2014, Manchester Police arrested a city man on various charges, including Reckless Conduct after he was pursued and failed to stop for police Thursday afternoon.
Police said, Terrance Sleweon, 28, of 493 Maple Street, is charged with the felony, Reckless Conduct, and the misdemeanors Resisting Arrest, Disobeying a Police Officer and Operating After Suspension/Revocation. He was also wanted by United States Marshals for a Probation Violation.
The release stated that Manchester Police Officer Thomas Donavan was attempting to stop a Blue Chevrolet Impala for a motor vehicle infraction on Wilson Street, in the area of Pigeon’s Market at 5:00 p.m. When the officer activated the cruiser’s emergency lights, the driver, later identified as Terrance Sleweon accelerated, refusing to stop for the officer while traveling South on Wilson Street. Sleweon then abruptly turned westerly onto Somerville Street. Police said Sleweon sped through several posted stop signs between Lincoln Street and Union Street, until turning north onto Union Street, where the pursuit was called off by the Officer in Charge, Lt. Todd Boucher.
Although responding units had lost sight of Sleweon’s vehicle, Officer Din Jenkins located it in the driveway of 165 Taylor Street less than 15 minutes after Officer Donavan had initially called in the attempted vehicle stop, police stated.
Detective Aaron Brown of the Special Enforcement Division located Sleweon in an adjacent yard. When he attempted to handcuff Sleweon a brief struggle ensued. Additional officers responded to assist in the arrest. Officers determined Sleweon was also wanted on a U.S. Marshal’s warrant for a Probation Violation.
Sleweon was scheduled to be arraigned in Manchester District Court on Friday.
Source: Manchester Police Department
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