(KCRA) Two men who attempted to flee from California police Friday needed to be rescued from the snow Saturday morning.
It began when authorities stopped a vehicle in El Dorado County Friday morning. The occupants, Triston Crossland, and Derrick Dionno, ran across a river and through the snow to escape.
The Sheriff’s Office said deputies recovered a firearm dropped by one of the men and illegal drugs from the vehicle. Dionno had four active warrants out for his arrest.
A U.S. Forest Service officer saw the men hours later, but they again fled back into hiding.
Just before 8:45 p.m. Friday, Crossland called 911 to report he and Dionno were in fear of freezing to death, according to a press release.
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