SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (Jesse Garcia/KTVU) - The California Highway Patrol took a man into custody on Tuesday morning after he was allegedly speeding and seen holding signs that said “Kill Jews” and “Kill Cops” in San Rafael.
Officer Andy Barclay told KTVU that the 30-year-old man was first spotted in Santa Rosa and held up one of the threatening signs to an officer. The officer tried to pull him over for speeding and multiple callers had reported his “reckless driving,” Barclay said.
He was taken into custody after a chase that led officers to the parking lot of 446 Du Bois Street in San Rafael.
SkyFox flew overhead and captured some images of him being arrested at the scene. Barclay said he was sent for a mental health evaluation.