One person was arrested Friday morning in connection with a Roseville crime spree that included a stolen golf cart, carjacking, high-speed chase and crash, police said.Roseville police said there are several crime scenes throughout the city.Around 9:30 a.m., a Roseville officer confronted Timothy Pulley, 28, who was on probation out of Sacramento near Kasberg Park. “She saw something that just didn’t seem right. Vehicle was driving with paper plates on,” said Rob Baquera, public information officer for the Roseville Police Department.The officer had her hand against the car. While they were speaking, the Pulley sped off, causing minor injuries to the officer.”As the officer was talking with the suspect, her hand on was placed on the side of the car during the conversation. The suspect sped off, spinning the officer around a little bit. We’re happy to report no serious injuries,” Baquera said.Pulley drove off and dropped off his car near an apartment complex by Woodcreek Oaks and Junction Boulevard. Police said he then stole a golf cart and drove it through a neighborhood across Woodcreek Oaks.Police said Pulley then made it to Saint Clare’s Church, ditched the golf cart and carjacked a vehicle near the church.Pulley sped down Baseline Road and then made it to Watt Avenue at speeds topping 105 mph, according to police. California Highway Patrol officers spike stripped the vehicle, but the chase continued. The suspect eventually crashed into a fence.He then took off on foot and ran to Foreign Auto Care, which is a short distance from where he crashed into the fence. Once there, he attempted to steal a Mercedes SUV, according to Anatoliy Butkevich, owner of the shop. “Gentleman running from Watt Avenue street jump in a vehicle and try to take off,” he said. “Then, a really quick jump from my office to this vehicle. Then, I say, ‘Stop it!’ He put one foot in the brake, one foot put in the throttle, try to take off. Then, he still say, ‘Police chase me. I need to go.’ I say, ‘You’re not going to go nowhere.’ Then, I reach underneath, turn ignition off. That when the cops get here.”The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office took the suspect into custody. No other details have been released.Stay with KCRA 3 for updates.

One person was arrested Friday morning in connection with a Roseville crime spree that included a stolen golf cart, carjacking, high-speed chase and crash, police said.

Roseville police said there are several crime scenes throughout the city.

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Around 9:30 a.m., a Roseville officer confronted Timothy Pulley, 28, who was on probation out of Sacramento near Kasberg Park.

“She saw something that just didn’t seem right. Vehicle was driving with paper plates on,” said Rob Baquera, public information officer for the Roseville Police Department.

The officer had her hand against the car. While they were speaking, the Pulley sped off, causing minor injuries to the officer.

“As the officer was talking with the suspect, her hand on was placed on the side of the car during the conversation. The suspect sped off, spinning the officer around a little bit. We’re happy to report no serious injuries,” Baquera said.

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Roseville Police Department

Timothy John Davis Pulley

Pulley drove off and dropped off his car near an apartment complex by Woodcreek Oaks and Junction Boulevard. Police said he then stole a golf cart and drove it through a neighborhood across Woodcreek Oaks.

Police said Pulley then made it to Saint Clare’s Church, ditched the golf cart and carjacked a vehicle near the church.

Pulley sped down Baseline Road and then made it to Watt Avenue at speeds topping 105 mph, according to police.

California Highway Patrol officers spike stripped the vehicle, but the chase continued. The suspect eventually crashed into a fence.

He then took off on foot and ran to Foreign Auto Care, which is a short distance from where he crashed into the fence.

Once there, he attempted to steal a Mercedes SUV, according to Anatoliy Butkevich, owner of the shop.

“Gentleman running from Watt Avenue street jump in a vehicle and try to take off,” he said. “Then, a really quick jump from my office to this vehicle. Then, I say, ‘Stop it!’ He put one foot in the brake, one foot put in the throttle, try to take off. Then, he still say, ‘Police chase me. I need to go.’ I say, ‘You’re not going to go nowhere.’ Then, I reach underneath, turn ignition off. That when the cops get here.”

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office took the suspect into custody.

No other details have been released.

Stay with KCRA 3 for updates.

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