According to Oneida County Sheriff Robert M. Maciol, on Wednesday, December 19th, 2018, at about 03:02 A.M., Deputies came upon a 2012 Grey Dodge Avenger which appeared to be disabled, on Judd Road just west of Halsey Road in the Town of Whitestown. The investigation into the incident determined that the vehicle was a “Be on the Lookout” vehicle from a larceny incident which occurred earlier in the morning at Walmart in Rome. When deputies learned of the BOLO information, they attempted to detain the subjects who were inside and outside the vehicle. Tristen Williams, (37), of Rome, began to flee on foot as deputies attempted to detain him. Williams was apprehended after a short foot pursuit and taken into custody without further incident. William’s was charged with Resisting Arrest, Obstructing Governmental Administration, and Possession of a Hypodermic Instrument. Williams was processed and transported to CAP Court where he was held awaiting arraignment. A passenger, Frank Coleman III, (28), of Rome, was also taken into custody without incident and transported to Rome Police Department on a Warrant. The driver of the vehicle, Katrina Brodock, (25), was released from the scene and no charges are being filed against her at this time. Sheriff’s Deputies were assisted on scene by members of the Whitestown Police Department.