Domestic Disturbance Leads to Manhunt and Arrest of Felon

Domestic Disturbance Leads to Manhunt and Arrest of Felon

JURUPA VALLEY – After responding to a domestic disturbance call, authorities began a yard-to-yard search that netted a wanted felon.

Officers from the Jurupa Valley Police Department responded to call on Wednesday, November 26 at 1:00 PM. A caller had reported a domestic disturbance had taken place in the 3800 block of Pontiac Avenue. According to press release from the Riverside County Sheriff, the officers at the scene ascertained that a man and a woman had been arguing at that the male suspect had fled on foot from the scene.

When the officers called in the name of the male suspect, they discovered that he was a wanted parolee at large. At this point, an extensive search of the area was initiated. The suspect was spotted running from officers in the area of Rubidoux Boulevard and Tilton Avenue and the police called for further assistance.

After establishing a perimeter around the residential area, a more extensive search was conducted. Riverside County Sheriff’s Department assisted with air support and a K-9 unit. The team continued to search from yard-to-yard search until the suspect was located.

Gabriel Guzman, a 27 of Jurupa Valley was detained and arrested at the scene for a parole violation. Guzman was booked at the Robert Presley Detention Center and is reported as currently being held without bail.

The Jurupa Valley Police Department asks that anyone with information on the whereabouts of known fugitives are urged to contact the Jurupa Valley Police Station during business hours at 951-955-2600 or after hours at 1-800-950-2444.

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