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Crime Man arrested on suspicion of pointing gun at food delivery driver in Mesa

09:42  29 may  2020
09:42  29 may  2020 Source:   azcentral.com

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Valentino Tejada, 32, was arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and disorderly conduct involving weapons Valentino Tejada (Photo: Mesa Police Department). A man was arrested on suspicion of pointing a gun at a man delivering food for DoorDash in Mesa on

An Arizona man has been arrested and charged after pointing a gun at a DoorDash delivery man , Mesa Police confirm.

A man was arrested on suspicion of pointing a gun at a man delivering food for DoorDash in Mesa on Saturday, according to Mesa police. 

a man looking at the camera: Valentino Tejada © Mesa Police Department Valentino Tejada

Around 3 p.m., officers responded to a call about a man with a gun in the area of University Drive and 52nd Street, police said. 

Police later identified the man holding the gun as Valentino Tejada, 32, according to a probable cause statement filed in court.

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pointing a gun at a door dash delivery man isn’t a constitutionally right buddy. Fucking Mesa , man ! If I had to guess, between university and southern and between stapley and Alma school. Guy politely didn’t river food , other guy politely put his gun down and politely got arrested by the armed

The officers found Tejada, who had a handgun and was arguing with the DoorDash employee across the parking lot. 

According to the court document, witnesses stated to police that they heard yelling in the parking lot and they saw Tejada holding the handgun, telling the victim to "stop stalking him." 

Witnesses said the victim tried to explain many times that he was just delivering food and didn't mean any harm, but Tejada pointed the gun at the victim as he walked away, according to court documents. 

Darien Barrett, a local activist with Tempe Against Police Violence, shared what he said was video of the interaction. The video shows a man holding what appears to be a bag of food walking by another man while a woman explains they’re delivering for DoorDash. The video then cuts to another angle, which shows the man holding a gun and putting it down when police arrive. 

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A man in Mesa , Arizona, is facing assault and weapons charges after he allegedly held a delivery driver at gunpoint this Sunday, 12News reports. Police say Valentino Tejeda pulled a gun on 24-year-old Dimitri Mills in the parking lot of Tejeda’s apartment complex, and when Mills and his girlfriend

Often it also requires setting up a drive -thru test site with tents, tables and nurses. “With saliva testing, all that goes away," LaBaer said, adding that it's much simpler and faster to just hand someone a tube and a drinking straw. Man arrested in Mesa on suspicion of pointing gun at food delivery driver .

The victim told police he feared for both his life and his girlfriend's, who was in the passenger's seat, according to court documents.

Tejada told police that he pulled out his gun because the victim almost hit him with his car, police said.

Police said the gun was found loaded with a round in the chamber, according to court documents. 

Tejada was arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and disorderly conduct involving weapons, according to court documents. 

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