The daughter of slain San Francisco porn mogul Artie Mitchell is being sought by local and state authorities following an identity-theft spree and a hit-and-run crash last week that involved a Sonoma County Sheriff's Office unmarked patrol car.

Jasmine Mitchell, 33, of San Pablo, is wanted on a warrant in connection to the ID-theft case and may also be charged with assault on a police officer and hit-and-run for an April 29 incident, Sheriff's Office Sgt. Michael Raasch said.

About 7 p.m. that day, detectives were tipped that Mitchell and a second suspect, 34-year-old Roy Kim, were living at an apartment complex across from the San Pablo Lytton Casino, Raasch said.

The pair was wanted on warrants related to "multiple identity thefts," Raasch said, and Kim, who is on parole for possession of stolen property, was also being sought by state parole agents and for a burglary case in Santa Clara County.

Detectives searched the unit and detained three other people after investigators uncovered a large-scale identity-theft and credit-card operation, Raasch said.

One of the three people, who police identified as Harley Logsdon, 46, of San Pablo, was on probation out of Napa County for alleged forgery, Raasch said. He was arrested and booked into the Contra Costa County Jail on outstanding arrest warrants. He was being held without bail on Tuesday for a probation violation.

As detectives continued the search that day, Mitchell drove into the parking lot in a Mercedes, he said. When detectives attempted to arrest Mitchell she rammed an unmarked police car and a parked car then sped away, Raasch said.

The suspect vehicle was described as a white, four-door Mercedes sedan with the California license plate No. 5YGV637.

Detectives later located Kim inside a taxi in Richmond, Raasch said. He was arrested and booked into the Contra Costa County Jail for outstanding warrants.

Mitchell's father and her uncle, Jim Mitchell, were pioneers in the production of pornographic films in the Bay Area and founded the O'Farrell Theater on San Francisco's O'Farrell Street. In late February 1991, Jim drove to Artie's house in Corte Madera and shot him to death.

Jasmine Mitchell is only the latest family member facing criminal charges. In 2009, a son of Jim Mitchell -- James Mitchell -- was sentenced to 35 years to life in prison for killing the mother of his daughter with a baseball bat in Novato.

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