to spats mcgee
The laws you posted refers to fleeing the police. But what you posted does not refer to a criminal who has just committed a felony. Fleeing is a misdemeanor, but becomes a felony when you leave the scene of a felony commited if determined by the PA. Say if the criminal shoots someone steals their car, and flees the scene. Law is hard to interpret. I get my advice from asking lawyers questions. Its these minor details that make having a lawyer a valuable thing when things happen. Your posts are the law, but when you place the statutes and particular situations together, a lot changes. If what you do saves lives, stops a violent crime, and you act with the intent of stopping a crime, you should be fine.