NORTH FORK – After weeks of cat-and-mouse games with a wanted fugitive, sheriff’s deputies cornered and arrested their suspect just after 4 p.m today.
Brandunn Wilson, 20, was wanted on a no-bail warrant, and has eluded capture since leading law enforcement on a high-speed chase on Nov. 21, that started in North Fork, and ended when the fleeing vehicle smashed into a tree in northeast Fresno, and the occupants fled the scene.
Detectives captured Wilson at a residence located off Douglas Ranger Station Road in North Fork late Sunday afternoon, Dec. 28.
Wilson has led law enforcement on several high-speed chases in the North Fork area during the past month. He was wanted on numerous felony warrants including a felony no-bail warrant for vandalism and terrorist threats, a $15,000 felony warrant for grand theft, a $7,500 felony warrant for vandalism, and a $25,000 felony warrant for vandalism and Evading a Peace Officer.
Wilson was booked into the Madera County Department of Corrections.