Wanted Oxford Man Arrested After Fleeing State Police

Pennsylvania State Police

LOWER OXFORD TWP, PA — The Pennsylvania State Police announced the arrest of Darrell Thomas, a 37-year-old male from Oxford, Pennsylvania.

Authorities state that on November 29, 2021, at 4:33 pm, Troopers initiated a traffic stop on U.S. Route 1 northbound, just south of Jennersville Road (Route 796), Penn Township, Chester County. It was related through local law enforcement that a red-in-color Ford sedan was being operated by an individual with multiple active arrest warrants. Due to a heavy window tint of the vehicle in question, the demographics of the individual(s) inside were unknown. After lights and siren were activated for ½ mile, the vehicle came to an abrupt stop and the driver fled on foot. The driver, identified as Darrell Thomas, was found shortly after and subsequently arrested.

An arrest warrant for Darrell Thomas of Cochranville, Pennsylvania was previously issued on September 6, 2021, for Robbery and additional offenses in Oxford, Pennsylvania.

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