Friday, January 20, 2012

Shots fired near school. Parents flee. Suspects Drive Backwards And Ram Deputies Patrol Car. Parolees arrested From Bail Bondsman In Compton

Several minutes before school let out, Compton Station deputies heard gunshots in the vicinity of Longfellow Elementary School, 1100 Block of South Dwight Avenue, Compton.

They checked the area and saw people fleeing for their safety who pointed to a grey car involved in a car-to-car shooting. The deputies saw a grey Lexus with two male black occupants in the street parallel to a parked vehicle.

The suspects in the Lexus, upon seeing the deputies, immediately drove in reverse and recklessly endangered several parents waiting to pick up their children from school. The deputies immediately initiated a vehicle pursuit of the shooting suspects.

The pursuit terminated at the end of Caldwell Street, just east of Oleander Avenue, when the suspects abruptly drove backwards and intentionally rammed the pursuing Sheriff’s patrol car. The deputies took quick action and were able to take both suspects into custody without further incident.

The subsequent investigation identified the 18-year old victim of the shooting and found him to be unharmed. Evidence was collected, which included the recovery of a pistol believed to be used in the shooting.

The suspects, 21 year-old, Corey Coleman, a resident of Compton, and 22 year-old, Darius Oliver, a Long Beach resident, were booked for Attempt Murder and Assault with a Deadly Weapon on Peace Officers, and are being held without bail on parole violations.

The deputies involved in the pursuit were not injured, nor were any parents or students.

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