Show dramatic images & # 39; drunk driver who shoots at the police from his car and crawls out before being hunted by officers & # 39;
- Footage shows a shooting with police and a & # 39; drunk driver & # 39; in California
- The incident happened in Redwood Valley after someone called 911 in October
- Footage shows an officer asking how much the man had to drink
- The man in the car replies: & # 39; Okay, just do what you are going to do man & # 39;
- A shooting followed after the suspect was the first to have fired his weapon
Shocking footage shows a shooting with police and a & # 39; drunk driver & # 39; who shot them first.
The Sheriff office in Mendocino County was sent to Redwood Valley in California after receiving a call for a drunken pedestrian on October 9.
The police later discovered a man behind the wheel of a parked car. The images of the sheriff's office show how the police are approaching the parked car and talking to a man inside.
Shocking footage shows a shoot-out with the police and a & # 39; drunk driver & # 39; who allegedly shot them first
One of the officers asks how much the man has had to drink and he does not respond. He can then be heard and say to them: & # 39; Okay, just do what you're going to do man. & # 39;
The officer then says: & # 39; Yes, how much did you drink? & # 39; He answers again: & # 39; Just do what you need to do. & # 39;
One of the two officers hears shouts: & # 39; Do not reach, do not reach & # 39 ;, and they return from the vehicle while the shots are fired.
The office of the Sheriff of Mendocino County was sent to Redwood Valley in California after receiving a call for a drunken pedestrian on October 9
Officers approach the man in the car and then leave the vehicle when the man allegedly takes out a gun
The suspect Joseph Anthony Corral is then climbed out of the back window
The suspect then crawls into the back of the car and waits a few moments before he climbs out of a window smashed into the bullets.
He sees the finger turn to the officers and gets out of the vehicle. While he seems to be walking out of the car, the police pick him up and he falls to the ground.
They then say: & # 39; Don't grab that gun, you'll be shot. & # 39;
The police claim that the suspect Joseph Anthony Corral has reached a helping hand and shot at least one round of officers.
Footage shows officers shooting back before they arrest the suspect, crawling out of a rear window before being thrown to the ground
Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman said the suspect, Joseph Anthony Corral, was shot at least twice during the meeting and was flown to the hospital. He survived his injuries
Footage shows officers who shoot back before they arrest the suspect, who crawls out of a rear window before they are tackled to the ground, ABC3 reported.
Three officers responded to the incident. Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman said the suspect was shot at least twice during the meeting and was flown to the hospital.
He said: & # 39; The subject shot one round and at that time the subject got into the car. & # 39; the subject had a Desert Eagle 50 caliber semi-automatic pistol.
& # 39; It was the highest caliber gun available. The subject stepped back into the van at this point and he seemed to be firing from the vehicle.
& # 39; All three officers returned and attacked the subject at least twice. & # 39; The officers were not seriously injured during the altercation and they provided first aid to the man on the spot.
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