RAYNHAM, Mass. (WPRI) – A New York man is dealing with a number of felony costs after he allegedly struck three police cruisers whereas fleeing from officers Friday morning.
Raynham police stated that an officer was despatched to the Walmart parking zone at about three:30 a.m. to examine on an individual in a car who was reported to have suffered a medical drawback. When the officer obtained there, he began to verify the car when somebody in a close-by SUV yelled out to him.
The officer began to research who it was when the driving force of that SUV, later recognized as 32-yr-previous Herberto Almonte of Port Jefferson, New York, put it in gear and sped away. A second Raynham officer who had arrived tried to cease Almonte, who drove round his cruiser after which over grass embankments and across the parking zone earlier than pulling onto Paramount Street.
Almonte fled onto Route forty four, driving erratically, earlier than crashing right into a police cruiser on Orchard Road. Police tried to field him in and cease him, leading to Almonte hitting two different police automobiles earlier than he was lastly stopped and arrested.
Almonte was charged with three counts of assault and battery with a harmful weapon, driving on a suspended license, failing to cease for police, driving to hazard, a pink mild violation, a marked lanes violation, mistreatment of a police canine and 4 counts of leaving the scene of a crash.
Police discovered that he had lively warrants out of Brockton District Courtroom for larceny and breaking and getting into. He was arraigned in Taunton District Courtroom Friday and held on bail. Courtroom officers stated his bail on the Brockton expenses was additionally revoked.
After the pursuit ended, police went again to the Walmart parking zone and rendered help to the one that had suffered the medical drawback, however didn’t elaborate on what it was or what Almonte’s connection to it, if any, was.