Officer Johnathan Estrada attempts to stop a bicyclist for riding on the wrong side of the road. Officer Estrada pulls up next to the rider and asks him to stop, but he refuses.  The bike rider bails and runs to a nearby house where he sits down on the front porch and is taken into custody.  The bike rider ran because of a child support warrant, he’s taken to jail and the bike is given to a relative.

NameJonathan D. Estrada
RankPatrol Officer
AgencyWichita Police Department
Station/Area CommandPatrol North
Age 
FromBaytown, TX
Hired 
Why Law Enforcement 
First Arrest 
Best part of the job 
Hobbies 
Favorite QuoteYou can run but you’ll just go to jail tired

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