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MCSO is asking the public’s help to identify assault suspect

Posted 6/24/22

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office is asking the public’s help to identify a suspect involved in a deputy assault and collision that occurred on May 17 in Youngtown.

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MCSO is asking the public’s help to identify assault suspect

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Maricopa County Sheriff's Office is asking the public’s help to identify a suspect involved in a deputy assault and collision that occurred on May 17 in Youngtown.

The suspect is described as a black male, 20-30 years old, thin build, medium length hair and last seen as wearing a white shirt.

On May 17, an unidentified male suspect committed assault on a deputy by ramming his vehicle into an MCSO occupied patrol vehicle at QuikTrip, 11604 W. Olive Ave., Youngtown.

The suspect then proceeded to ram his vehicle into two other victim's vehicles before fleeing the scene. The suspect abandoned his vehicle in a dirt lot approximately 2 miles away, near El Mirage and Desert Cove roads.

Anyone with information about this collision or suspect is asked to contact the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office at 602-876-TIPS (8477) or 602-876-1011. Please reference Maricopa County Sheriff's Office report IR22012770.

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, suspect, assault, collision, public safety, first responders

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