San Andreas Sheriff Office's Deputies of the Highway Patrol Division have arrested a man this evening after a massive manhunt throughout half of San Andreas State.
At 03:12 PM an ambulance crew called for help for a 10-50 on the Senora Freeway, in Sandy Shores.
Sheriff's units responded to the call and an ambulance was dispatched.
The P.I.C. was pronounced dead on scene by EMS, while the other one, suffering minor wounds, was able to tell officers that the patient they were transporting tried to hijack the rig, causing the crash.
The suspect, identified as Mark DeJong, 30 y.o., fled from the scene before deputies arrival.
He was being transported to a mental health facility after being found guilty of his parents murder.
A Community Alert was immediately issued by the Sheriff's Office.
At 03:30 PM a citizen called 911, reporting a hit and run in a gas station parking along the Great Ocean Highway, southbound.
The suspect matched with DeJong description.
At 04:00 PM a distress call from a citizen led two ghost units in a farm near Paleto Bay.
Highway Patrol deputies found the suspect in a barn, holding a hostage at gunpoint.
Multiple units were rolled on scene.
Eventually, after a long negotiation, the supect gave up and released the hostage safe.
Neither officers, suspect or hostage were wounded in the operation.
Not a single shot was fired.
According to D.A. Office, Mr. DeJong will face at least 7 felony charges, including involuntary manslaughter, assault with a firearm and kidnapping.