BPD investigating series of crashes, calling them ‘intentional acts’ | News – Bakersfield, California

Bakersfield, California 2021-06-13 17:29:00 –

Bakersfield police are investigating a series of Saturday night crashes they characterized as “intentional conduct” on Sunday, saying one man had died and the suspect was in danger.

It all started on Saturday at 9:40 pm when police went to Block 4200 on Jewette Avenue to report a car accident. Immediately after a hit-and-run involving pedestrians on Q Street and West Columbus Street was reported, a serious injury collision was reported on Q Street’s 3900 block.

Police said in a news release that a driver driving a pickup truck with a utility trailer on Jewette Avenue’s 4200 block was deliberately ramming another vehicle. The driver tried to hit the same vehicle again, but hit a pedestrian on Q and West Columbus.

Police said in a news release that the driver was involved in a head-on collision at 3900 blocks on Q Street after driving.

According to police, two occupants of the vehicle that collided with Jewette Avenue were slightly injured and were treated on-site. Pedestrians identified only as men suffered moderate injuries and were taken to the hospital.

According to police, the driver of the car of the victim of a head-on collision was taken to a hospital where he died. The Kern County Coroner’s Office has identified him as Everard Perez Jr., 26, in Bakersfield. He died at Khan Medical on Saturday at 10:48 pm, the coroner’s office reported.

His passenger woman was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

Bakersfield police said the suspected man had not been identified. According to a BPD news release, he “had to move out of the vehicle rather than cooperating with police officers.” According to police, he was in crisis and was arrested on charges of crimes such as murder and assault with deadly weapons.

Police ask anyone with information to call Detective Frank McIntyre at 661-326-3921 or BPD at 661-327-7111.

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