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Stockton carjacking suspect faces murder charges for death

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POSTED December 13, 2012 9:31 p.m.

STOCKTON  (AP) — Stockton police are releasing more details about a suspected carjacker facing murder charges following a high-speed chase that ended when the stolen car crashed and killed his female accomplice.

Officer Joe Silva said that 30-year-old Eric Nolan of Elk Grove was heavily armed when he began firing multiple shots at officers during the ensuing pursuit Tuesday night.

Nolan's car eventually crashed, killing his accomplice, 27-year-old Gabriela Aparicio of Stockton.

Police say Nolan received minor injuries. He was later arrested on multiple charges including suspicion of murder, attempted murder of a police officer, carjacking, kidnapping and multiple drug and weapons violations.

He is being held in the San Joaquin County jail without bail.

Police say two others also injured while inside the stolen car are unlikely to face any charges.

 

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