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MAN WANTED IN WARRANT ROUND UP ATTEMPTS TO FLEE

ROSENBALMTuesday evening during the Precinct 4 warrant round up Deputy Josh Bergland went to 17619 White Oak Drive near the Grangerland area to serve a several warrants on Jimmy Lynn Rosenbaum issued through Judge James Metts office.

When he knocked at the front door approximately 9 p.m. Rosenbaum opened the front door and when he realized  who it was he slammed the front door and locked it.

Deputy Capehart who was at the rear of the home immediately saw Rosenbaum attempt to exit the rear of the house and had him at gunpoint. As Bergland ordered Rosenbaum to place his hands behind his back Rosenbaum ran back into the house toward the front door.

Additional units arrived within minutes  and surrounded the residence. Rosenbaum who could be seen in the hallway was given several orders to show his hands. Still refusing he moved toward the front door where Corporal Looza was able to taze him.

He was taken into custody and in addition to his Class C misdemeanor warrants, he now faces a felony for evading which was enhanced due to a prior evading in a motor vehicle arrest.

The home Rosenbaum was arrested at was also the scene in which Chief Deputy Barry Welch was forced to shoot a pit bull which was turned loose on him as Precinct 4 deputies attempted to make a drug related arrest in November of 2009. Another drug arrest was made at the home in May of 2010 when the suspect at that time was hiding in the attic.

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