News release - 11/15/2011
Published 11/15/2011 (all press releases for this day)
Chief of Police
Oxnard Police Department
R. Jason Benites
OXNARD POLICE DEPARTMENT
(Oxnard, CA) Today Augustin Medina, 46, of Oxnard was booked into Ventura County Jail for a felony domestic violence warrant (three counts of 273a(a) and one count 243e1 PC) by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department.
Medina is also the suspect in the October 24, 2011 officer involved shooting and pursuit that spanned three cities. The investigation into the officer involved shooting incident is continuing and Medina faces additional charges in that case including: 273.5 PC (domestic violence); felony failure to yield; and attempted homicide.
(Original text of first news release of incident)At about 8 p.m. on October 24, 2011 Oxnard PD received a call regarding a domestic violence incident taking place in the 200 block of Roderick Avenue. Oxnard officers arrived on scene, but the suspect fled prior to their arrival. A firearm had been mentioned, and officers believed the suspect was armed. Officers were able to determine that a crime had occurred.
At about 9 p.m., Ventura County Sheriff’s (VCSO) deputies were involved in a pursuit with the suspect in his vehicle on Highway 33. It was reported that the suspect had fired at the deputies as he drove. The suspect then traveled onto Highway 101 and headed south. When he reached Seaward and Highway 101, the suspect fired at the deputies, who returned fire. The suspect got back onto Highway 101 and exited in Oxnard at Vineyard Avenue. He returned to the Roderick Avenue residence and fired shots at that location. No one was injured from this action.
The suspect eventually made his way (with Oxnard PD and VCSO deputies in pursuit) to the Marina Village area in Port Hueneme. The suspect continued north on Victoria Avenue where he again exchanged gunfire; this time with VCSO deputies and Oxnard PD officers. The suspect was struck by gunfire, and was transported to a local hospital.
The name of the suspect and his condition is not being released at this time. The name of the victim will not be released as she is a domestic violence victim and her identity is protected by law.
Neither Oxnard officers nor VCSO deputies sustained injuries. Two people who were not involved in the incident received minor injuries from flying glass. One of those individuals was taken to the hospital for treatment.
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