SONOMA COUNTY, CA — A Santa Rosa guy is sought in relationship with a shooting early Wednesday morning in the travel-through of a quickly-foodstuff cafe.
Brad James Adam, 27, is accused of attempted homicide in the shooting described at 12:30 a.m. Wednesday at Taco Bell, 1835 Mendocino Ave. in Santa Rosa, police reported in a information launch.
“The sufferer, a 22-yr-outdated Santa Rosa resident, called SRPD and mentioned he had been shot by an not known male,” Santa Rosa law enforcement Sgt. Christopher Mahurin explained in a information release.
The target advised law enforcement the guy was in a pickup truck in front of him in the drive-via and started off an argument with him, then threatened him with a handgun.
The target explained as the gentleman pulled out of the travel-thru, the male shot at him various situations.
The sufferer was struck by at minimum a single gunshot, according to law enforcement.
The victim described the shooter’s truck as 2005 white F-150 pickup and explained the shooter took off northbound on Mendocino Avenue.
Law enforcement explained the target was taken to a regional medical center with major injuries but was predicted to survive.
The criminal offense scene was processed for evidence, and officers discovered the white Ford pickup in a parking whole lot at 2300 Mendocino Avenue. There was no a person in the truck but officers did uncover a handgun within the vehicle, Mahurin claimed.
Law enforcement impounded the truck for additional proof processing but were not in a position to right away track down the driver.
Once detectives determined Adams as the suspected shooter, they labored with the Sonoma County District Attorney’s Workplace to attain a warrant for Adams’s arrest on suspicion of tried murder.
At 3:45 p.m. Wednesday, detectives and SWAT group customers served the warrant at Adams’s residence in the 2100 block of Humboldt Road. Proof was gathered but Adams was not positioned.
In a information launch Wednesday evening, Santa Rosa law enforcement questioned for the public’s assistance to identify Adams.
Police mentioned Adams should be considered armed and perilous, and requested anybody who is aware of his whereabouts to contact SRPD by means of its on line suggestion line, connect with dispatchers at 707-528-5222 or phone SRPD’s Violent Crimes Crew at 707-543-3590.
A reward of up to $2,500 is supplied by the Sonoma County Alliance Neighborhood Engagement and Safety Benefits Fund for facts foremost to his arrest.