A Hercules man was arrested on four felony charges after police say he led officers on a wild chase along two freeways.
Authorities say the incident began at 11:33 p.m. Monday when a Hercules police officer stopped a 1999 Chevrolet Lumina on the westbound Interstate 80 ramp from John Muir Parkway.
The officer said driver, 36-year-old James Moses, refused to identify himself and challenged the officer. When a second officer arrived, authorities say Moses sped off onto the freeway.
Hercules officers chased the vehicle until Albany when they say Moses drove through a coned-off construction area.
California Highway Patrol officers took over the pursuit. They say Moses eventually stopped his car along westbound Interstate 580 near the Marina exit.
He then jumped 25 feet to the ground below, injuring himself. A Hercules officer arrived at the scene and arrested the suspect.
He was taken a hospital by ambulance to be treated for back and ankle injuries.
Moses is charged with reckless evading of a police officer, felon in possession of a firearm and death threats. He was also arrested on a warrant for a 2011 assault with a deadly weapon case in Hercules.