San Mateo County arrest three suspects for evading police, injuring deputy

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SAN MATEO (KRON) — San Mateo County Sheriff’s entered the Canada Community College and observed a suspicious vehicle with three occupied suspects at approximately 12:03 am this morning, according to police officials Thursday.

The suspects were identified as Redwood City and San Bruno residents, Alexander Reyes, 24, Myra Ochoa, 18, and Breiza Sandoval, 22.

Reyes, the driver of the vehicle of a white Dodge Durango SUV,  attempted to flee by driving reverse, according to police.

In the process of fleeing, the vehicle hit the second deputies patrol car the deputy was attempting to get out.

Reyes then drove directly towards the deputy, at a high rate speed, almost striking the deputy.

Both deputies were able to return to their vehicles and began pursuing the Dodge Durango which traveled north through San Mateo County on Highway 280 and exiting San Bruno Avenue.

The suspects continued onto east San Bruno and eventually entered a residential neighborhood, where the Dodge Durango collided, head on, on the 800 block of Kains Avenue in San Bruno.

After deputies continued to pursue the vehicle, the Dodge Durango lost the right front tire and eventually came to a stop in front of the Best Western, El Rancho Inn, at 1100 El Camino Real in Millbrae.

The three suspects inside the vehicle fled from the scene and were pursued on foot by responding deputies.

The deputy whose vehicle was rammed by Reyes’ vehicle, was transported to a local hospital with minor injuries resulting from collision, and has been released.

Reyes, was also transported to a local hospital with minor injuries, and was then released.

All three suspects are currently in custody at the Maguire Correctional Facility for violations of their significant charges.


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