FAIRFIELD (CBS SF) — Two suspects had been arrested following an October taking pictures in Fairfield into an occupied constructing, police mentioned Monday.
Fairfield police mentioned the taking pictures occurred on October 10 alongside the 1500 block of Travis Blvd. Responding officers discovered bullet casings in a car parking zone together with a enterprise and a automobile that had been struck by gunfire. Nobody was hit by the gunfire, police mentioned.
An investigation recognized two potential suspects and a suspect automobile, and on November 13, officers discovered the suspect automobile and carried out a site visitors cease. As officers approached the automobile, a passenger took off of foot and threw a firearm as he ran, police mentioned.
A fringe was arrange within the space of E. Pacific Ave. and Dover Ave., and with the help of a Okay-9 unit the suspect was discovered hiding in a yard shed. He was recognized as 22-year-old Fairfield resident Christopher Cornist.
The driving force of the automobile was recognized as 21-year-old American Canyon resident Jaquan Lewis. Primarily based on interviews with witnesses, victims and proof recovered, police mentioned each Lewis and Cornist had been named as being liable for the October tenth taking pictures.
Cornist was booked into the county jail for assault with a lethal weapon, taking pictures into an inhabited dwelling, firearm offenses, conspiracy to commit against the law and resisting/delaying an officer. Lewis was booked into the county jail for assault with a lethal weapon and conspiracy to commit against the law.
Anybody with details about the taking pictures was requested to contact the Fairfield PD Investigations Bureau at (707) 428-7600 and reference case # 20-10458.