CAMPBELL -- A man police tried to pull over on an allegation of driving under suspension ran several stop signs and drove through a chain at Jackson Park before fleeing on foot.
Police are looking for Dajuan Will, 25, of Kendall Drive on charges of vandalism, possession of marijuana, failure to comply with officers' orders, driving under suspension and four counts of failure to obey a stop sign.
An officer recognized Will on Thursday night as a suspended driver when the suspect was getting into a vehicle at a gas station. The officer followed Will south on Jackson Street and watched the suspect's vehicle go through a stop sign without stopping.
When officers signaled for Will to pull over, he refused to do so and sped through three other stop signs, according to reports.
Police said Will turned into Jackson Park and ran through a stop sign and chain across the parking lot before entering the playground area and trying to drive up the hill.
When his car got stuck in the weeds and bushes, Will fled the scene on foot, according to reports.
Officers searching the car discovered a plastic bag of suspected marijuana and a small black holster, but no gun, in the front of the car.