BERKELEY -- Fugitive assault suspect Dimitri Storm was arrested in Berkeley on Tuesday using an alias of James Prouty Rollston, the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office reported.
The arrest ended Storm's alleged streak of 10 vehicle thefts and 40 vehicle burglaries since late March in Santa Cruz, Monterey, Sonoma and Marin counties.
Deputy April Skalland thanked everyone in Santa Cruz County for their help in looking for Storm in recent weeks.
"This is great news," Skalland said Thursday.
Oakland police arrested Storm, 42, on suspicion of burglary and resisting arrest, Skalland said.
Storm was listed as a Most Wanted man in Santa Cruz County on suspicion of pointing a gun at a Soquel Hills resident during an interrupted burglary. He was also linked to car burglaries in Ben Lomond in late March, one of which was caught on a surveillance video.
Later in April, Storm allegedly slammed a Sonoma County deputy's arm in the door of a stolen GMC Acadia and fled, leading authorities on a chase to Marin County.
April 17, Storm was accused of threatening a clerk at a Big Sur convenience store and fleeing in a stolen Lexus on Highway 1. Storm, originally from the San Lorenzo Valley, was considered armed and dangerous.
This story will be updated. Authorities initially reported Storm was arrested in Oakland.