Chino man arrested following Temecula robbery, Lake Elsinore chase

Riverside County sheriff’s deputies arrested a 33-year-old Chino man in connection with a Temecula robbery and a chase through Lake Elsinore and unincorporated Corona, according to officials.

Shaun Manuel Adamson was arrested on suspicion of second degree robbery, obstructing or resisting a public officer, evading an officer and receiving known stolen property, according to online jail records.

Officials say he was also arrested for theft-related warrants out of San Bernardino County.

He was booked into the Southwest Detention Center in French Valley and remained there Friday morning with bail set at $100,000, the records show.

Shortly before 3 p.m. Thursday, Lake Elsinore deputies were helping Temecula deputies find a suspect in a robbery that happened in the 3000 block of Temecula Parkway, according to a Riverside County sheriff’s news release.

Based on information from a witness, a suspect vehicle was found in the area of Grape Street and Sumerhill Drive in the city.

When deputies tried to stop the vehicle, officials say, its driver refused to stop and a chase began.

The driver at first got onto the northbound 15 before getting back off on Lake Elsinore city streets. He committed “numerous” dangerous traffic violations and threw possible evidence from the vehicle, according to officials.

They say that person then got back onto the 15 with deputies still in pursuit. He tried to get off at Weirick Road in unincorporated Corona, but failed to negotiate a turn as he…

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