Two in custody after Montebello standoff.
Montebello- CA speculated attempt at manslaughter driver fled from police and squatted inside a Montebello home for around five hours Wednesday until officers finished the standoff utilizing a police hound. The suspect was captured around 1 p.m. what's more, was treated at an emergency clinic for a chomp twisted to the leg, as indicated by Montebello police Sgt. Marc Marty. He said police captured the driver's traveler before. He said the speculate hit a stop sign in the 600 square of North Leonard Street at 7:46 a.m. at that point fled with the traveler. Officers arrived and confined the traveler without occurrence, Marty said. He said the driver would not stop for officers and bounced all through patios in the 700 square of Bradshawe Street. The suspect entered a home on Bradshawe Street and would not turn out. The property holder was immediately cleared and officers shut off the territory, Marty said. After a few endeavors to have the speculate surrender, police sent in K9 Barry. Erik Aguirre, 39, of Montebello was captured on doubt of thievery, opposing capture and attempt at manslaughter. He is being held at the Inmate Reception Center in Los Angeles in lieu of $50,000 safeguard. He is booked to show up in a Los Angeles on Friday. The traveler, Darlin Estrada, 31, of Los Angeles, was captured on doubt of having drug stuff and having methamphetamine, as indicated by Marty. Estrada was reserved at Montebello Police correctional facility, refered to and discharged without anyone else recognizance.