ANTIOCH (CBS SF) — An Antioch police officer fired a number of photographs at suspects in a stolen automotive that rammed the officer’s patrol automotive early this morning, police
The case started when a Pittsburg resident referred to as Antioch police to report that he had discovered his stolen car parked in Antioch. Whereas ready for officers to reply, the sufferer confronted a number of suspects who approached the stolen car, in response to police.
One of many suspects took out a pistol and fired a spherical, prompting the sufferer to flee. He was not struck by the gunfire and offered an outline of them and the car, police stated.
At about 1 a.m., an officer noticed the car touring on East 18th Road close to Cavallo Street and adopted it right into a parking zone. The car rotated to face the patrol automotive after which the driving force rammed into the patrol automotive head-on because the officer was getting out, police stated.
To defend himself, the officer fired on the suspect car, putting it a number of occasions. The driving force and a passenger weren’t hit by the gunfire and have been taken into custody shortly afterward, based on police.
Their names haven’t but been launched.
The officer suffered minor accidents and his identify was additionally not instantly obtainable.
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