Woman arrested days after injuring Silicon Valley officer in stolen squad car, police say
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Itse Murillo

By Mario Sevilla, KRON

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- (KRON) -- Itse Murillo, the woman who had been evading authorities since Saturday night after allegedly injuring an officer in a stolen police car, was arrested Monday, police announced.

On Saturday night, Murillo, 26, rammed a stolen vehicle into a Campbell police car. She jumped into a patrol vehicle after struggling with an officer and dragging the officer with the car, heading south on Winchester Boulevard, according to police.

During the pursuit, Murillo drove over several curbs and struck a Los Altos Police patrol car as she fled.

On Monday, she led Los Altos police in another pursuit in which she ran over several curbs and struck a Los Altos Police patrol car.

Murillo was later located on E. San Antonio Street near King Road in San Jose and was arrested.

She was taken into custody without incident on a $1,000,000 arrest warrant for assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer, auto theft, felony evasion, conspiracy, along with other charges.

The officer has been hospitalized and is being treated for their injuries, police said.

Christian Hernandez, the third suspect in Saturday’s incident, is currently wanted on a $250,000 arrest warrant. Anyone with information about Hernandez’s whereabouts or any other information that would be pertinent to this investigation is asked to call our 24-hour Dispatch Center at 408-866-2101 or the anonymous hotline at 408-871-5191.

FULL STORY: Woman arrested days after injuring Silicon Valley officer in stolen squad car, police say - KRON

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