BRIDGEPORT – It was a tense moment.
Police had pursued a automotive Friday afternoon till it crashed into a fence. As officers approached the automotive, police stated the driving force received out with a .9mm semi-automated handgun loaded with a 15-bullet journal.
Officer Mathew Goncalves immediately launched himself on the gunman and police stated they rolled around on the bottom until the officer managed to dislodge the gun from the person’s hand.
Kevin Guerrero, 23, who police stated jumped bond from another pursuit case final Might, was charged with quite a few gun expenses, reckless endangerment and interfering with police. On Monday a decide ordered him held in lieu of $200,000 bond.
Police stated Guerrero is a member of the Green Hollow Boys gang in the city.
On Friday afternoon, officers responding to a police broadcast of Guerrero driving a Nissan sedan with a gun within the automotive, noticed the automotive on Madison Avenue, police stated. However when officer tried to tug him over, they stated he as an alternative, sped up.
Police stated Guerrero led officers on a chase until he pulled into a bakery parking zone. However when officers approached the automotive, police stated Guerrero all of a sudden put the Nissan into reverse, causing officers to jump out of the best way to keep away from being hit.
Police stated the pursuit resumed until Parrott Avenue the place Guerrero crashed into the fence. The passenger within the automotive, later identified as Chaz Pricey, 21, took off operating as Guerrero came out of the driving force’s seat with the gun in his hand, police stated.
Pricey was arrested a short while later and charged with comparable fees to Guerrero. He was being held in lieu of $one hundred,000 bond.
Last Might, Guerrero was arrested after police stated he crashed his automotive in the West Rock tunnel in New Haven and tried to flee on foot. He was charged with reckless driving, evading duty and interfering with police however missed his courtroom date and has been on the run ever since, police stated.