CAR CRASH: Stockton man Tries to Evade Arrest, Crashes into Fence in Highway 162
January 18, 2011
Willows – A man flipped his car after crashing into a fence in an attempt to elude California Highway Patrol officers early Tuesday morning.
The accident happened at about 3:18 am on Highway 162. A Stockton man, Billy Henderson, 37, was identified as the driver of a 2011 Hyundai Sonata running at 130 mph, east of Willows.
According to the CHP, Henderson had his lights off while driving in the dark when the crash happened. His car crashed through a fence, traveled through a field, hit a gutter, before finally flipping end-over-end twice.
Henderson walked away from the accident unharmed, despite not wearing a seat belt. He was booked in Glenn County Jail for reckless driving, driving with suspended license, and resisting arrest on a no-bail parole hold.