Domestic violence suspect avoided arrest, left his gun behind
Gilroy police are searching for Trinidad Zamaripa, 41, a domestic violence suspect, who fled out the rear of a home last Sunday, July 3rd .
According to police, officers went to the residence on the 9000 block of Rancho Hills Drive around noon on Sunday and heard an argument going on inside the home. Officers asked the occupants to vacate the building, and two people exited while suspect Zamaripa stayed inside.
“The suspect remained in the residence and refused to follow the officer’s commands,” reads a police statement. “As officers attempted to secure the immediate area, the suspect fled out the rear of the residence.” Though the Gilroy police were joined by Santa Clara County sheriff’s deputies, Zamaripa was able to avoid them.
Zamaripa has an outstanding domestic violence warrant and is wanted for felony domestic violence charges. Nobody was hurt during this particular incident, though a gun was found at the scene. Anyone who has information about Zamaripa’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Gilroy police at (408) 846-0350.
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