WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE: $25,000 Reward Offered in Attempted Shooting of El Dorado Co. Deputy in Camino, CA

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El Dorado Sheriff BadgeBy : Placerville Newswire 2015-01-20

El Dorado County Sheriff John D’Agostini just announced a reward of up to $25,000 for information that results in the identification and apprehension of the suspect involved in the attempted shooting of an El Dorado County Sheriff’s Deputy on October 17, 2014.

On October 17, 2014 at approximately 0800 hours, a Deputy working patrol found a truck in a turnout in the area of Cable Road and White Mountain Ranch Road in Camino, CA.

shootingThe Deputy set out on foot to investigate whether any criminal activity was occurring. While walking down a trail from the turnout the Deputy came in contact with a male subject.

During this contact the male suspect refused to comply with verbal commands given by the Deputy. A physical struggle ensued between the suspect and Deputy. The suspect was able to retreat to his vehicle where he retrieved a handgun and fired it at the Deputy. The Deputy uninjured, returned fire however it is unknown if the suspect sustained any injuries

The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 6’-1” to 6’-2” tall, weighing approximately 200-250 pounds, with a goatee, wearing a flannel shirt, dark pants and boots. The suspect was last seen driving away on Cable Road in a mid-1990’s to early 2000’s, white Dodge single cab truck without a license plate.

Bags-Of-Money-Dollar-Signs-Bills-CoinsThe Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information to contact either Detective James Peterson at (530) 642-4713 or Detective Ken Barber at (530) 642-4710.

SOURCE El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office

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2 thoughts on “WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE: $25,000 Reward Offered in Attempted Shooting of El Dorado Co. Deputy in Camino, CA

  1. What, did he have some psychic sense that a crime was being committed? My mom used to caution me about looking thru key holes since you never know what you might see. EDSO wants the publics help? They are not getting any help so far. Maybe its their PR problem. Lots of signs thanking the fire fighters during and after the King Fire but none for the EDSO until the EDSO started putting up their own signs for example. A deputy went to my landlord and told him I should be evicted and he did it. A hateful thing to do yes. But hateful things are what the EDSO specializes in. Never have protected or served anyone I know of but themselves.

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