SDPD officer witnesses non-injury drive-by capturing in Mountain View; suspects arrested

An on-duty San Diego patrol officer witnessed a drive-by capturing Friday morning in Mountain View, permitting officers to rapidly arrest the three teen suspects, police mentioned.

It occurred round 10:45 a.m., when the Southeastern Division patrol officer noticed a teen lean out of a shifting automobile and fireplace 5 – 6 pictures at a gaggle of individuals in a strip mall on Logan Avenue close to Euclid Avenue, police Lt. Shawn Takeuchi mentioned in a information launch.


No one from the focused group was struck by the gunfire, however a number of rounds hit an occupied automobile, based on Takeuchi. The 2 girls contained in the automobile weren’t injured.

The patrol officer briefly overlooked the shooter’s automobile, however discovered it deserted within the middle of the road a couple of block away, Takeuchi mentioned. Officers flooded the world, and with the assistance of police canines and a helicopter, they discovered and arrested the three teenagers hiding in a close-by yard.

The one grownup among the many trio, an 18-year-old man, was arrested on suspicion of assault with a lethal weapon and associated gun prices, based on Takeuchi. The juveniles, ages 16 and 17, had been arrested on related prices.


Investigators discovered two weapons contained in the deserted automobile, Takeuchi mentioned, describing one as a gun that was beforehand reported stolen, and the opposite as an untraceableghost gun.”

(function(d, s, id)(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));