Stockton Police revealed new details Wednesday about the four people inside a car that flipped, ending a Tuesday night police chase.
Police say a man and a woman carjacked a man near American and First Streets and later ditched the car along West Oak Street. Officers saw two men walking from the stolen truck later in the evening and get into a maroon 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse.
The Eclipse refused to stop, leading officers on a chase that eventually ended with the car rolling over on the Interstate 5 on-ramp at Pershing Avenue.
Officers identified 30-year-old Eric Nolan as the driver. According to police, Nolan fired at officers during the chase with a sawed-off rifle. Nolan is said to have minor injuries from the crash.
Gabriela Garza Aparicio, 27, was killed in the crash.
Two other passengers, a 19-year-old Hispanic male and a 22-year-old Hispanic female were taken to the hospital with serious injuries.
Nolan was booked into the San Joaquin County Jail on several charges including murder, attempted murder of a police officer, carjacking and kidnapping. He also faces drug and weapons charges.