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Authorities ID man suspected of taking pictures at deputy after which eluding manhunt in Jurupa Valley

Authorities ID man suspected of taking pictures at deputy after which eluding manhunt in Jurupa Valley


A 30-year-old San Bernardino man has been recognized because the suspect believed to have shot at a deputy throughout an tried site visitors cease in Jurupa Valley earlier than fleeing the realm on foot this month, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office stated Monday.

The taking pictures occurred throughout a pursuit the night of May 14, after the suspect Martin Perez Jr., refused to cooperate when a motor deputy tried to drag him over for a site visitors violation on Wineville and Limonite avenues in Jurupa Valley, the sheriff’s workplace stated. After driving onto a dust street close to 68th Street, west of Pats Ranch Road, the suspect reportedly fired on the deputy, who didn’t maintain any accidents or fireplace again, officers stated.

(Riverside County Sheriff’s Office)

 

The suspect  entered an space with dense foliage close to the Santa Ana river backside earlier than he deserted his car and fled in an unknown course on foot. Authorities looked for the suspect that night however he was not situated. Perez Jr. is taken into account armed and harmful and is needed on suspicion of tried homicide, the sheriff’s workplace stated.

Anyone with data on his whereabouts is inspired to name the Jurupa Valley Sheriff’s Station Investigations Bureau, at 951- 955- 2654.

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