Sacramento Police released video of suspect leading chase and shooting officer – CBS Sacramento
Sacramento (CBS13) – The Sacramento Police Station on Thursday released video of an attempted murder of a police officer this week.
Police officers attempted to remove a stolen car from the Fruit Ridge Road and 65th Avenue neighborhoods on Wednesday. The driver was later identified as 20-year-old Ismael Herrera-Mondello.
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Herrera-Mondello accelerated and led a chase that lasted almost 10 minutes. Video from the chase shows a driver firing a few bullets at police and attacking several nearby houses. A police officer follows a stolen vehicle in a residential area. This shows that it does.
The car chase ends at a dead end, and aerial video captures an armed Herrera-Mondello fence attempting to invade several homes before shooting a glass door into occupied homes in the area. .. When the suspect entered, the owner left the house.
Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn said the suspect continued to fire multiple bullets at officers around the house as an aerial shot of the house was shown in the video.
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Eventually, the police were able to leave the house and contact Herrera-Mondelo, who was arrested. Police said the suspect did not consider the safety of the area, so wide boundaries were established in the area and nearby residents were evacuated.
Herrera-Mondello has been charged with multiple felony counts, including attempted murder, robbery, possession of firearms, vehicle theft and prosecution related crimes. There were two firearms at the scene.
No police or civilians were injured in this incident. Sacramento Police said Herrera-Mondello sustained minor injuries during the home invasion.
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“This case highlights how general contact with the police can escalate into life-threatening situations for police officers and communities. In these dangerous circumstances. We are grateful to have members of our department who courageously serve our community, and technology at the disposal of our agents, who have been able to provide the best possible results to everyone involved. I am also grateful for the training and the equipment, ”said Hahn. “Thank you to the external agencies who responded to support our department. We were able to work together to resolve this potentially fatal case. “