Oxford PD Apprehend Man for Outstanding Felony Warrant

Oxford Police Department

OXFORD, PA — An Oxford man was apprehended for an outstanding felony warrant after the Oxford Borough Police Department executed an arrest on Sunday.

Oxford Police say that Officers attempted to serve a felony warrant on 26-year-old, Jason Samuel Shultz along the unit block of S 4th Street, Oxford on April 25, 2021. Shultz jumped out a second-story window and fled from police. Hours later, officers observed Shultz driving a pickup truck and led police on a pursuit into the townships. The pursuit ended along the 200 block West Ridge Road, West Nottingham Township. Shultz suffered from multiple self-inflicted stab wounds and was transported to the hospital.

The Oxford Police were assisted by Pennsylvania State Police.

Information is subject to change at any time. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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