Benjamin Gonzalez was set up for the Robert Presley Detainment Center in Riverside
He was being hung on $1 million bail
Gonzalez was accused of carjacking, attack with a gun on an individual, and dodging a harmony official
A carjacking suspect who was harmed in a moving shootout with specialists during a rapid pursuit that cleared its path through a few Southern California regions was recognized by police on Saturday. Benjamin Gonzalez has a vicious criminal history, Crown Police Division said in a proclamation, adding that he was injured by gunfire and shipped to an emergency clinic with non-dangerous wounds.
Who is Benjamin Gonzalez? Benjamin Gonzalez, a 44-year-old Los Angeles man stayed in guardianship on Saturday after purportedly carjacking a vehicle in Crown and discharging numerous shots at specialists during a risky pursuit that spread over three regions and finished with his capture in Harbor City.
Gonzalez was set up for the Robert Presley Detainment Center in Riverside and was being hung on $1 million bail. He was accused of carjacking, attack with a gun on an individual, and dodging a harmony official.
The occurrence began presently before 3 pm Friday, when Crown police were reached by the Ontario Police Division to help with finding a vehicle accepted to have been engaged with a quick in and out episode in Chino, as per Crown Police Office. Police found the thought vehicle and attempted to lead a traffic stop on Ontario Road in Crown. Be that as it may, they didn’t seek after the vehicle because of the suspect’s risky driving and traffic conditions, specialists said.
“Benjamin Gonzalez, 44, of Los Angeles County, has “a violent criminal history,” Corona Police Department said in a statement, adding that he was injured by gunfire and transported to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.”
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With the backing of helicopters from the Ontario and Riverside police divisions, the suspect’s vehicle was found a brief time frame later at a Shell corner store parking area at 1550 E Ontario Road in Crown.
As per police, the suspect escaped the corner store after he took a 37-year-old Crown occupant’s pickup truck with a rifle close by and discharged one round during the showdown. The inhabitant was not hurt.
A pursuit followed all through Riverside District and Orange Province and at last finished in Harbor City in Los Angeles. The suspect seemed to shoot shots at police officers a few times during the vehicle pursue. The suspect was supposed to be equipped with an excellent, self loading weapon.
Extra data on his criminal history was not quickly accessible. The Crown Police Division’s Basic Occurrence Group is examining the episode with the help of other policing engaged with the pursuit. Anybody with extra data about the occurrence was approached to call 951-817-5837.