"soy device" Police find suspect in vehicle who attacked three students

A few blocks from an elementary school in Orange County, California, three children were hit by a car and taken to hospital on Monday. the police said. Police said they found several ‘fire protection devices’ in the vehicle.

According to the Santa Ana Police Department, the suspect drove a vehicle to a sidewalk a few blocks from Taft Elementary School and struck three children. All three children have been taken to hospital and are in stable condition, SAPD said.

Both children were students at Taft Elementary School, according to a letter from the Santa Ana Unified School District to parents. CBS Los Angeles. The third victim was a cousin who drove the other two to school, CBS Los Angeles reported. According to CBS Los Angeles, the oldest among the victims is a fifth grader.

The suspect, identified as 26-year-old Jason Guzman of Valencia, was arrested and detained shortly after the accident, CBS Los Angeles reported.

In a home surveillance video taken just before the crash, the suspect’s vehicle suddenly stepped on the brakes before accelerating rapidly. Then the car can get out of the frame and hear the crashing sound.

Stills from surveillance video showing the suspect’s vehicle before attacking three children a few blocks from Orange County Elementary School.

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One witness said that when he went to CBS Los Angeles to help children, he saw “a man with a knife in his hand walking towards a corpse on the ground” before the suspect turned and returned to his vehicle.

According to CBS Los Angeles, authorities found a man stabbed in a vehicle. Santa Ana Police Sgt. Maria Lopez told CBS LA.

The district said the suspect had broken into school property before the crash and was removed by staff. The school was closed from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. local time, the letter said.

Police said they found a “suspicious fire extinguisher” while searching the suspect’s vehicle. Then the Orange County Bomb Squad was called and found three more units. Police did not give details of what kind of device was found, but Michele Gile of CBS Los Angeles reported that it was “similar to a Molotov cocktail.”


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