A man driving a stolen vehicle injured a sheriff’s deputy in California after authorities said he intentionally rammed the car into multiple patrol vehicles. A California sheriff’s deputy was injured during the pursuit of a driver who allegedly rammed a stolen car into multiple patrol vehicles, according to officials.
The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office said deputies located someone driving a stolen vehicle on Interstate 580 in San Leandro at around 2 p.m. Tuesday. Deputies followed the vehicle until”additional resources” were in place to help with a high-risk traffic stop.
The suspect, later identified as Jose Barajas-Avalos, 27, eventually pulled into a parking lot near 35th Avenue and E. 12th Street and deputies attempted to contain him. Barajas-Avalos then intentionally rammed his vehicle into three occupied patrol cars, disabling two of them and injuring a deputy, the sheriff’s office said.
A California sheriff’s deputy was injured during a pursuit of a suspect after he intentionally rammed the stolen car he was driving into patrol vehicles. (Alameda County Sheriff’s Office) Barajas-Avalos fled the scene, but the headtopics.com
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