CONCORD -- A 19-year-old Concord man tried to flee police during a traffic stop Wednesday but didn't get far before landing in handcuffs.
Police did not identify the man, who they say had an active felony warrant out for his arrest. He was arrested on suspicion of having an outstanding felony warrant, motor vehicle evasion and resisting arrest, police said.
The man was driving with several traffic violations when an officer spotted him near Sharon and Juniper drives about 11:30 a.m., police said.
The man didn't yield when the officer tried to pull him over, police said, and after a short pursuit, he abandoned the vehicle and ran off. No passengers were in the car.
Police dogs tracked the man's path and led officers to a brushy area near the Concord High School football field, police said, where they found the man hiding in the brush. He surrendered without incident, police said.
Administrators at the high school were advised of the incident but did not order a lockdown, police said.
Police did not identify the man, who was taken to the Concord police department jail.