Robbery suspect arrested after exchanging fire with Dallas police | Crime Blog

The incident began at around 10 p.m. as police were staking out the area around Brockbank Drive in Northwest Dallas because of a rash of recent robberies.

Senior Cpl. Brendan Gadomski, who was in an unmarked car, reported seeing a gray Ford Taurus parked next to a field with three people inside and the back trunk open.

Soon after, Gadmoski saw a fourth person, later determined to be Serrano, run across the field and jump into the trunk. One of the passengers closed the trunk and the car sped away, police said.

Gadomski followed, reporting to dispatch that he might be trailing robbery suspects. As he drove, a call came over the radio that a convenience store had been robbed down the street. Gadmoski notified dispatchers that he was likely following the suspect.

The car drove about 1.5 miles to an apartment complex at 3600 Bolivar Drive. After the three people inside the car left, Serrano jumped out of the truck. Gadmoski got out of his car and ordered Serrano to drop the gun.

via Robbery suspect arrested after exchanging fire with Dallas police | Crime Blog.


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