By Bee Staff
A Sacramento man already facing domestic violence charges added to his courthouse resume after he allegedly almost hit a Sacramento County sheriff deputy's car and then fled., according to a crime summary released this week.
Andreas Diaz, 30, is in the Sacramento jail as of this morning on a variety of charges including obstructing a peace officer, DUI, hit-and-run causing property damage, and driving with a suspended or revoked driver's license, jail records show.
Diaz already was facing charges of battery against a person he had a previous dating relationship with, corporal injury to a spouse or co-habitant and violating a restraining order, jail and court records show.
Between 2006 and 2008, Diaz pleaded no contest to battery on a spouse or co-habitant, DUI and assault with a deadly weapon, court records show.
The crime summary described the latest incident to land Diaz in jail as follows:
Just after midnight on Aug. 19 at Lang and 47th avenues, a deputy was helping a civilian look for his vehicle, when a vehicle almost hit the deputy's patrol car.
The vehicle sped away at a high speed with the deputy in pursuit.
After a short chase, the driver jumped from his moving vehicle and ran off on foot. The car continued rolling and hit a tree.
Deputies found the suspect hiding in a garbage can, according to the summary.
Diaz suffered a foot injury and was treated at a hospital before being booked into jail, the summary states.