Bodycam Shows Car Chase That Led To Pierce County Deputy Shooting Suspect

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Pierce County, Washington State — On May 8, 2022, a silver 2013 BMW is stolen at gunpoint in Vancouver, WA. On May 9, the same stolen 2013 silver BMW was involved in the theft of a truck in Lacey, WA. Later in the day on May 9 after the truck was stolen, both the silver BMW and stolen truck were involved in an attempted theft at a local high school in Lacey, WA. On May 10, the suspects in the silver BMW robbed a citizen at gunpoint in Lacey, WA. On May 12, the Pierce County Sheriffs Department received information that the stolen BMW was at a residence in the area of 160th and Canyon Road East. Several deputies responded to the area of 160th and Canyon Road, and located the vehicle driving in the area. Deputies attempted to stop the vehicle but the driver fled from deputies. Deputies located the BMW a second time in the area but the driver fled again. The BMW was located a third time traveling southbound on Canyon Road East. A deputy saw the driver and relayed that the male driver matched the description of the armed robbery suspect in the previous incidents. The 19-year-old suspect was later identified as Bryan Galeana Mendoza.

Deputy Johnson saw the BMW was stopped in traffic at 160th and Canyon Road East and attempted to detain the driver. An additional deputy arrived behind Deputy Johnson at 160th and Canyon Road East. Patrol Sergeant arrived at 160th and Canyon Road and witnessed the ramming. Sergeant advised over the police radio of Probable Cause for Aggravated Assault and initiated a pursuit. First aid was immediately provided to the suspect by deputies on scene. The suspect was transported to an area hospital. The motorcycle the suspect was riding was also reported stolen. A stolen handgun was also recovered at the scene. The suspect is undergoing medical care. He has been charged by the Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office with Hit and Run Attended, Attempt to Elude Pursuing Police Vehicle, and Theft of a Motor Vehicle. A female passenger in the suspect vehicle was transported to a local hospital for precautionary treatment. A Pierce County Sheriff’s Department deputy sustained minor injuries.

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20 thoughts on “Bodycam Shows Car Chase That Led To Pierce County Deputy Shooting Suspect

  1. Such an embarassment…..the USA where cops shoot you without being armed, without immediately threatening their lives, and no proof of being armed.

  2. I wondered what the suspect had done for the cops to be so aggressive – after reading the description, I'm mostly surprised they didn't just shoot him when he was stuck in traffic.

  3. This isn't the wild west. They were fleeing on a bike and not posing a threat. Sue the police department and strip the officer of his badge.

  4. Good shot while the other officer in line with the suspect is wondering what he is doing here!!!!!!!!!??????? Did not fire one shot. Not impressed at all.

  5. Their strategy to stop a vehicle needs to be revised. So obvious that the suspect has a clear way out. By God, JUST DO IT! With his rap sheet and you make it easy to get away? Smell the coffee.

  6. Thought shooting at him was a little excessive at first, but reading some of the background information on this guy, I could see the need to get him stopped. An absolute fucking menace.

  7. wasnt the officer allowed to shoot him, at the point he run over his foot and tried to run him over ? Isnt that like "Assault with a Deadly Weapon" in this term the car ?

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