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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 02:53 AM
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San Jose police officer seriously hurt chasing carjacking suspect By Sean Webby Posted: 01/03/2012 10:13:04 PM PST Click photo to enlarge This is the scene on the north side of Alum Rock Ave. at McCreery 27-year-old San Jose man who was on the run from a minor jail sentence is in far more serious trouble Tuesday after he carjacked an elderly man, police said, and led officers on a chaotic chase, during which he rammed the stolen SUV into four patrol cars, sending one officer to the hospital. About half an hour later, officers brought the broad-daylight chase to a crunching end at the busy intersection of Alum Rock and McCreery avenues when they used their cars to pin the stolen GMC between them. Then they used a Taser and restraining wrap to bring the struggling suspect into submission. Last month, the suspect, identified as Alejandro Gonzalez, failed to show up to serve a weekend jail sentence and has had a warrant for his arrest since Dec. 29, according to court records. Sgt. Jason Dwyer said the injured veteran officer -- who was not identified Tuesday -- is expected to live, and was taken to a trauma unit about 12:30 p.m. Tuesday. Several other officers were bruised and shaken, but none so far has been hospitalized, he said. "There was a lot of opportunity for the suspect to injure or kill innocent people today," Dwyer said, before commending his department on ending a potentially deadly situation with a minimal use of force and injury. "Our officers did a tremendous job with incredible skill." It has been less than two weeks since the last high-profile carjacking chase. Late last month, a Milpitas carjacking suspect crashed a vehicle while trying to elude police, carjacked another vehicle and then almost ran over a bunch of officers before escaping. Police are seeking Jarek Brown, 31, of San Jose, in that incident and they say he should be considered armed and dangerous. Tuesday's dramatic police chase began at 11:23 a.m. Gonzalez approached a 68-year-old man at a gas station at McKee and King roads and demanded his GMC sport utility vehicle, police said. The men faced off and fought. The suspect punched the victim in the nose, breaking it, and sped off in the SUV, police said. An officer who happened to be at that gas station witnessed the fight and called for backup. The suspect, police say, then rammed the stolen SUV into the back of a moving patrol car on McKee Road at the entrance of Interstate 680, just after noon. That officer was trapped inside his patrol car and called for help. San Jose fire crews rushed to the scene to extricate the officer and take him to a trauma hospital. The suspect didn't stop, police said. Police say he drove south on Capitol Avenue, ramming the stolen vehicle into two more patrol cars stationed in the Gramercy neighborhood. At Alexander and Alum Rock avenues, police say the suspect struck a fourth patrol car driven by an officer who had intervened when he spotted the suspect about to strike a family walking across the street, Dwyer said. Minutes later, Dwyer said, three officers maneuvered their vehicles to box in the suspect's vehicle at the crowded intersection of Alum Rock and McCreery avenues. The pileup blocked the middle of the road until about 2:30 p.m. Dwyer said an officer jumped on the hood of his police car and fired a Taser at the suspect while another officer smashed in the window on the passenger side of the vehicle. Gonzalez still wouldn't surrender, police said, so they wrestled him, putting him in a restraint device. Court records indicate Gonzalez has two previous felony convictions for having stolen property. His latest 19-day sentence after pleading guilty to petty theft was scheduled to be served in weekend increments.


That SUV that looked like government or private security vehicle but said to be driven by a supposed 68 year old man whose never named was carjacked by a guy from around where it end because an officer who happened to be at that gas station witnessed the fight and called for backup. a 30 minute chase ensued that covered 3 miles
around the checkers neighborhood basiclly circling regional medical center
Driving directions to McKee Rd & N King Rd, San Jose, CA 95116
Via Gramercy Pl - remove

Alum Rock Ave & Mccreery Ave ending
San Jose, CA 95116

1. Head northeast on Alum Rock Ave toward Checkers Dr


0.9 mi
2. Turn left onto Muirfield Dr


46 ft
0.9 mi – about 3 mins

Alum Rock Ave & Alexander Ave
San Jose, CA 95116

3. Head northwest on Alexander Ave toward Alexander Ct


0.2 mi
4. Turn right to stay on Alexander Ave


0.1 mi
5. Take the 2nd left onto Madden Ave


295 ft
6. Take the 1st right onto Gramercy Pl


0.2 mi
7. Gramercy Pl turns right and becomes Mueller Ave


0.2 mi
8. Turn right onto N Capitol Ave


384 ft
9. Make a U-turn


0.3 mi
10. Turn left onto McKee Rd
Destination will be on the right



0.4 mi
1.5 mi – about 5 mins

McKee & Interstate 680
United States

11. Head southwest on McKee Rd toward N Jackson Ave


0.9 mi
12. Turn left onto N King Rd


56 ft
0.9 mi – about 2 mins

McKee Rd & N King Rd begetting
San Jose, CA 95116
Google maps said
3.3 mi, 10 min this is backwards from the news stated direction but is what people in the neighborhood saw

The pileup blocked the middle of the road until about 2:30 pm but ended at 11:53am on a busy road between us101 i680
edit on 4-1-2012 by IblisLucifer because: (no reason given)
edit on 4-1-2012 by IblisLucifer because: (no reason given)
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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 03:26 AM
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And your point is?

Someone took wrong notes about the used streets?


What do you think happened really, where are the differences?



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 05:08 AM
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WHAT?!



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 05:59 AM
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reply to post by IblisLucifer
 


I'm asking Mods to pull this. A complete waste of time for any one reading it.
Mods, where are you...?



posted on Jan, 6 2012 @ 09:56 AM
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He fought an old guy with a cop near by then took the keys got in what must be a reanforce beast of a yukon to annialate 4 cop cars and have rather limited damage on it
Not to mention that he speed off left from the station which takes me ten minutes to get thru because of the lights any rational person would go right to 101

but still with the police behind him he went left on mckee less then a mile is where he hit the first police car By i680 and mckee
thats 39 minutes after the first report
The cop was brought to the medical center across the street at 12:30
The SUV pile up sat there till 2:30

I play poker at homestead with this lazy fool and he would never do this its not his nature or character unless his life was in true danger or something unknown to everyone except him, the police and the 68 year old man-who could be anything or anyone cia dea ice homeland cop ex-cop private security(i.e. the kind that walk into airports with assault rifles and everyone including the police or tsa scatter like roaches until they leave or maybe the shade gas station manager whose viet may have known the Yukon driver and called the cops cause his freind crashed into something at 11:15 so the said lets just blame it on the any poor mexican guy that goes walking by them start a fight with him
or better yet talk to him say you want to try my car out take it for a spin around the block trapped police backed insurance fraud
could be the fed paid him money to go undercover but first he had to go to jail in some crazy way

All i know is that this makes less sense everyday the tow yard where my buddy used to work said the suv was taken yesterday and the all the paper work is gone im sorry tow yard keep every piece of paper the get and issue
the couldnt even find a liceance plate number






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