Brady Dallen is currently wanted for felony assault warrants, evading arrest, and narcotics violations. Sheriff Deputies stated today he should be considered “armed and dangerous” after fleeing from law enforcement yesterday.
Just after 4 p.m. yesterday, Shasta County Sheriff Deputies saw Dallen driving a red Ford Bronco on Leopard Drive at what they described as a high rate of speed. As deputies tracked the Bronco in their patrol cars Dallen reportedly at one point drove towards them as if he was going to hit the patrol cars head-on. Dallen eventually swerved his Bronco out of the deputies’ way and drove through a fence into a field. Dallen continued to flee from deputies through the Millville Flats area and drove through another field fence.
Just past this second fence was a small rock cliff where deputies state Dallen drove his car over the cliff, crashing into large boulders. When deputies caught up they observed Dallen and a female suspect had climbed out of the Bronco and fled on foot. A third female suspect was located hiding in the brush nearby and was arrested. The woman deputies detained (her name has not been released at this time) was taken to an area hospital to be after a complaint of pain.
A CHP Helicopter and K-9 unites were requested to aid in the search for Dallen and the other female subject, but after an extensive search of the area neither of them were found.
The Sheriff’s Department is asking that if anyone comes in contact with Dallen to use extreme caution and call law enforcement immediately. The 38-year-old described as a white male approximately 6’1”, 165 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.