A 20-yr-previous man who allegedly fired on Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies in an unincorporated space of Covina and posted a part of an ensuing standoff on Fb Stay was charged Tuesday with tried homicide and assault.
Sean Vasquez was scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday afternoon on the West Covina courthouse on 5 counts of tried homicide and 7 counts of assault with a firearm on a police officer.
Vasquez allegedly fired a handgun Sunday at passing automobiles within the 16700 block of Cypress Road, then shot at responding deputies, together with two in a helicopter. Nobody was injured.
Vasquez allegedly ran from the scene and barricaded himself inside a house within the 4600 block of Roxburgh Avenue. Deputies didn’t return hearth as a result of Vasquez was too near a house on the time of the capturing, in accordance Deputy Lisa Jansen of the Sheriff’s Info Bureau.
A sheriff’s particular weapons group was referred to as out to the Roxburgh Avenue scene and surrounding houses have been evacuated, Jansen stated.
Vazquez — who allegedly posted a part of the standoff with deputies on Fb Reside –spoke on the telephone with personnel on the San Dimas station and with disaster negotiators, who lastly satisfied him to give up about 1:15 p.m. Sunday, the sheriff’s Particular Enforcement Bureau reported.
If convicted as charged, he might face a most of almost 200 years to life in state jail, in line with the District Lawyer’s Workplace.
—Metropolis Information Service
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