Bakersfield, California 2021-07-21 16:18:00 –
The Bakersfield Police Department has sent special weapons and tactical units to a residence in southern Bakersfield and arrested a 26-year-old boy who fled the shootout.
Around 1:20 am on Wednesday, an emergency call warned the BPD of a physical battle at the 3900 block of Pontiac Street. Police said the dispatcher heard gunshots on the phone and the caller said the suspect Kenneth Jamison was shooting them.
Upon arrival of the police, the suspect disappeared into a residence on Block 3900 on Pontiac Street. According to police, no one was injured by the gunshot.
The suspect refused to leave the house. BPD has sent SWAT and a crisis negotiation team to the site. According to the BPD, at 6:33 am, Jamison left the dwelling and had a hidden, loaded gun. He was imprisoned in Kern County Jail on suspicion of exacerbating the assault by firearms.
Anyone with information can call BPD at 661-327-7111.
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