ORLAND, Calif. - A transient is back on the streets Thursday after police arrested him during a high-speed chase in a stolen vehicle.
Police said surveillance video shows Jeremiah Dock stealing a pick-up truck Wednesday afternoon at the Chevron gas station on Newville Road.
A short time later, Glenn County Sheriff's Office deputies spotted the pick-up truck along I-5 and that is when the chase began.
The California Highway Patrol used a spike strip to stop the truck.
Officers arrested Dock near Red Bluff and booked him into the Tehama County Jail. However, he was released on Thursday because the jail is full.
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