Man wounded by San Bernardino police charged with attempted murder in separate shooting
The man who was wounded by San Bernardino police Wednesday following a pursuit sparked by a shooting at an apartment complex was released from the hospital and booked on suspicion of attempted murder and other outstanding warrants, authorities confirmed Saturday.
Jayshaun Lindsey, 27, of San Bernardino was arrested Friday afternoon following his release from an area hospital after he was wounded, according to Eileen Hards, spokeswoman for the police department.
Two people — Curtis Lee Brown, 26, and Passion Daytori Gasaway, 25, both of San Bernardino — were arrested Wednesday evening on suspicion of attempted murder, participation in a criminal street gang and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Gasaway was also booked on suspicion of felony evading.
Police said the trio was in a fleeing vehicle tied to a shooting around 4 p.m. Wednesday at an apartment complex in the 1500 block of Eureka Street, where an unidentified man was struck at least once. His condition was not available Saturday.
Several police officers chased the vehicle for about 4 miles until it arrived at 20th Street and Reedy Avenue, officials said.
There, police said a man who was armed with a handgun jumped out of the vehicle, leading to an officer shooting and wounding him. The man was later identified as Lindsey.
Paramedics took Lindsey to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.
A motive for the apartment complex shooting was not released.
Gasaway and Brown are being held at Central Detention Center in lieu of $1 million bail. Gasaway has pleaded not guilty to all charges. As of Saturday, Brown had not been arraigned.
Lindsey was booked into West Valley Detention Center on the attempted murder arrest warrant tied to the apartment shooting and other warrants including one for carrying a dirk or dagger and driving without a license.