GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. (FOX 5 Atlanta) - You may have seen Emmanuel Holcomb on A&E’s show Live PD last week when he jumped from a second-story window in a dramatic escape from deputies.
But police reports reveal this is just one of several instances this year where the 19-year-old has run from the law.
The hunt for the alleged gang member continues in Gwinnett County.
The Gwinnett County Fugitive Unit tried serving a warrant on May 2. Police body cameras captured the foot chase that followed.
The warrant stemmed from a hands-free driving violation that escalated to a chase and then a hit and run on April 23.
Officer Ted Sadowski with Duluth Police said it’s really quite simple: "Don't flee from the police.” He said now Holcomb has “several warrants out for [his] arrest and not just from our jurisdiction, from Gwinnett County as well, from fleeing from them."
A week and a half before that, Holcomb ran from Gwinnett County Police, according to an incident report. It details how Holcomb began shooting at a home near Snellville as part of an altercation, before leaving the scene with another teen. When the pair crashed, police said they fled by foot. Both men carried a handgun, according to the report, and officers tried surrounding the suspects, but they still got away.
In total, Holcomb is wanted on five counts of aggravated assault, six counts of possession of a firearm by a felon, obstruction of law enforcement and six misdemeanor charges, according to the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office.
"We recommend anyone that knows Emmanuel Holcomb, the suspect in all these cases…to call 911,” Sadowski said.
The Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office is offering a reward for information that leads to Holcomb's arrest, which a spokesperson said is fairly unusual for the office to do and speaks to the seriousness of Holcomb's actions.