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California sheriff’s deputy is killed in traffic stop by violent criminal who was FREED on bail

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A California sheriff’s deputy was murdered by a criminal with a violent past.He was released on bail after being kidnapped and assaulted.

Isaiah Cordero, 32, was later identified as the driver of the vehicle, later William Shay McKay, 44, when he pulled over a pickup truck in Riverside County’s Julpa Valley just before 2 p.m. Thursday, officials said. ) pulled out a gun and shot him.

Witnesses called 911 and residents tried to help Cordero until paramedics arrived, but he was pronounced dead at a hospital. A “massive manhunt” for the suspect has begun.

After a highway chase through San Bernardino and Riverside counties, the chase came to a violent end when McKay crashed his car and opened multiple shots at police.

Cordero’s department blamed the judge for releasing McCurdy after the third strike because of the tragedy, saying he “didn’t do his job” to keep him in prison.

California Sheriff’s Deputy Isaiah Cordeo, 32, was murdered by a released violent criminal in 2021.

44-year-old William Shay McKay of San Bernardino County has a long and violent criminal record that dates back to before 2000 and included multiple arrests for kidnapping, robbery and assault with a deadly weapon.

44-year-old William Shay McKay of San Bernardino County has a long and violent criminal record that dates back to before 2000 and included multiple arrests for kidnapping, robbery and assault with a deadly weapon.

McKay was treated and taken to hospital, where he died from his injuries.

Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco said this “horrible tragedy” could have been avoided if he had been in jail without bail.

“This horrific tragedy should have been prevented by the legal system,” Mr Bianco said. “Mr McKay has an extensive and violent past and was convicted of a third strike in November 2021.”

“The case involved a kidnapping and assault with a deadly weapon. Instead of giving him a 25-year life sentence, it should have happened.

Bianco explained that a judge, who he chose not to name, lowered McKay’s bail and released him.

“He has been arrested again for failing to attend his sentencing and additional criminal charges,” he continued at a press conference with media on Thursday night.

Witnesses called 911 and residents tried to help Cordero until paramedics arrived, but he was pronounced dead at a hospital.'Massive manhunt' for suspected William Shay McKay has begun

Witnesses called 911 and residents tried to help Cordero until paramedics arrived, but he was pronounced dead at a hospital.’Massive manhunt’ for suspected William Shay McKay has begun

After a highway chase through San Bernardino and Riverside counties, the chase came to a violent end when McKay crashed his car and opened multiple shots at police.

After a highway chase through San Bernardino and Riverside counties, the chase came to a violent end when McKay crashed his car and opened multiple shots at police.

“The same judge released him again. If the judge had done his job, we wouldn’t be here today.

News footage captured by ABC 7 shows dozens of California Highway Patrol and Sheriff’s Department vehicles, including armored SWAT vehicles tracking McKay’s truck.

On Highway 15 in Norco, the truck was finally disabled, lost an axle and crashed, Bianco said.

According to Bianco, “At the end of the chase, the suspect opened fire with a handgun on the deputies and they shot back, killing him.

William Shay McKay of San Bernardino County has a long and violent criminal record that dates back to before 2000 and includes multiple arrests for kidnapping, robbery, and assault with a lethal weapon, leading to a 2021 death sentence. A California Highway Patrol dog was stabbed in a police chase. According to McKay’s accomplice, the sheriff said.

According to Bianco, McKay was convicted last year of a “third strike” that should have cost him 25 years in state prison, but a San Bernardino County judge dropped his bail.

Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco said a

Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco said a “horrible tragedy” could have been avoided if he had been in jail without bail.

According to San Bernardino County Superior Court documents, the judge in McKay's case was Kara D. Hutson (pictured).

According to San Bernardino County Superior Court documents, the judge in McKay’s case was Kara D. Hutson (pictured).

Cordero was a motorcycle cop stationed in Julpa Valley, a city contracted by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department to maintain public order.

The 32-year-old officer joined a strong department of 4,000 members as a correctional agent, worked at a local prison, became a sworn agent in 2018, and completed motor school in September to become a motorcycle agent. Bianco said he became a person.

According to Bianco, Cordero “learned from his mother the value of serving and helping others.”

“He was naturally drawn to law enforcement and embodied our motto, Service Beyond Self,” Bianco said.

“He was joking around the station. All our MPs thought he was their little brother.”

Hours after the shooting, dozens of motorcycle cops and patrol cars escorted a hearse carrying the lieutenant’s flag-clad coffin from the hospital to the county coroner’s office.

Cordero was a motorcycle cop stationed in Julpa Valley, a city contracted by the Riverside County Sheriff's Department to maintain public order.

Cordero was a motorcycle cop stationed in Julpa Valley, a city contracted by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department to maintain public order.

The 32-year-old police officer joined a powerful unit of 4,000 members as a corrections agent, worked at a local prison, became a sworn agent in 2018, and graduated from motor school in September to become a motorcycle rider. became an agent.

The 32-year-old police officer joined a powerful unit of 4,000 members as a corrections agent, worked at a local prison, became a sworn agent in 2018, and graduated from motor school in September to become a motorcycle rider. became an agent.

According to NBC Palm Springs, the judge in McKay’s case was Carla D. Hutson, according to San Bernardino County Superior Court documents.

Hutson worked for the Rancho Cucamonga branch, was re-elected to the bench in June, and has been a judicial officer since 2007.

Those shocked by Thursday’s events lashed out at the judge, saying the region “needs better representation.”

“It must have meant disgrace, because there is nothing honorable about an overpaid and useless judge,” wrote one Facebook user. Drag her off the bench and let her clean the courtroom.

Another person who posted a photo of Hutson wrote: His death depends only on this fucking hand!”

Many mourning the 32-year-old police officer expressed their condolences on the police Facebook post, calling for Houston’s resignation, saying he “didn’t deserve to die.”

One user wrote: There’s blood on her hands! My condolences to the deputy’s family.

Another wrote: “Absolutely heartbreaking. Shame on the judge. If she is elected, kick her out. If she is appointed, fire her!”

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