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CrimeBay Area men held in Modesto after chase kills 2 pedestrians, police say

17:47  17 june  2019
17:47  17 june  2019 Source:   sfchronicle.com

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Two Bay Area men were arrested Saturday after they allegedly led police on a high-speed chase in Modesto , crashed near a food truck and killed The men allegedly shot at police during the pursuit. Near downtown Modesto , the car plowed into two pedestrians visiting Tacos Vallarta, a food truck at

Two Bay Area men have been arrested for allegedly crashing a stolen vehicle into a downtown Modesto taco truck and killing two bystanders early MODESTO (CBS SF/KOVR-Sacramento) — A high-speed chase in Modesto came to a deadly end Saturday morning when a car carrying two Bay

Bay Area men held in Modesto after chase kills 2 pedestrians, police say
Bay Area men held in Modesto after chase kills 2 pedestrians, police say
Bay Area men held in Modesto after chase kills 2 pedestrians, police say

Two Bay Area men were arrested Saturday after they led police on a high-speed chase in Modesto, crashed near a food truck and killed two pedestrians, authorities said.

Around 1:45 a.m. Saturday, an officer spotted a car near East Briggsmore and Lakewood avenues in east Modesto, Police Capt. Brian Findlen said. The officer ran the car’s license plate and discovered it had been reported stolen in the Bay Area, police said. When the officer tried to pull over the vehicle, the driver sped away.

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(KGO) -- Two men from Daly City and San Francisco are facing several charges after a crash that killed two people in Modesto . Modesto Police said they tried to pull Gazo and Quiros over after finding out the car they were in was stolen. A chase ensued, and police said the suspects fired shots

Two pedestrians were killed in an early morning crash in Modesto on Saturday, police said . Police found a stolen vehicle near Briggsmore Avenue and Lakewood Avenue at around 1:45 a. m ., the Modesto Police Department said . The vehicle fled after officers attempted to stop it and one of the

Police were aided by California Highway Patrol officers and Stanislaus County sheriff’s deputies. The men allegedly shot at police during the pursuit.

Near downtown Modesto, the car plowed into two pedestrians visiting Tacos Vallarta, a food truck at 14th and D streets, police said. From there, 24-year-old Rodney Quiros and 22-year-old Antonio Gazo tried to run away but were apprehended by police.

Quiros, of San Francisco, and Gazo, of Daly City, were booked into the Stanislaus County jail on suspicion of several crimes, including homicide and attempted homicide. Officers also recovered two guns and ammunition from the vehicle.

The pedestrians, who have not been identified, were declared dead at the scene. An online fundraiser for one of the victims identified him as Pedro Gil, a husband and father of four children ages 8 to 12.

Ashley McBride is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email: [email protected] Twitter: @Ashleynmcb

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