A guy jailed for shooting a Sunnyside Police Officer was charged throughout a look in Yakima County Superior Court onWednesday 43-year-old Alejandro Mario Palomarez of Sunnyside deals with a charge of first-degree attack. He’s being kept in the Yakima County prison. Authorities state he’s likewise charged with a guns improvement and an irritating consider the shooting both of which might indicate more time behind bars if he’s founded guilty.
Officers were contacted us to the suspects house after a report of shots fired
Sunnyside Police state Palomarez shot Officer Javier Arredondo after cops got a call of shots fired at a house in the 1400 block of South Eighth Street in Sunnyside on October 10. When officers arrived they discovered Palomarez shooting a weapon inside his house and out into the street.
When officers showed up bullets were flying
As Arrendondo and other officers showed up bullets were flying and they hid. However among the bullets struck Officer Javier Arredondo in the neck. Palomarez got away the house and was ultimately jailed after cops utilized nonlethal foam bullets to stop him and take him into custody. No shots were fired by any officers in the event. The Officer, Arrendondo was required to a Sunnyside healthcare facility then moved to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle where he was dealt with and just recently launched. Arrendondo is now recuperating in the house.
A judge on Wednesday set bail for Palomarez at $500,000. The examination continues Today by the Yakima Valley Special Investigative Unit.
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