Tigard Police arrest woman for shooting weapon from car
Tigard Police arrested Cristy Anna Sisco, 34, from Wilsonville, on Wednesday, April 24, on an assault charge related to a shooting.
They also arrested Carlos Alberto Quebrado, 35, on an unrelated felony warrant. Detectives are investigating that case.
At 2:40 a.m. Wednesday, police received a call from a woman reporting that a man and woman were following her vehicle and shooting a gun at her and the other occupant of her vehicle, as they were driving near Southwest Nimbus and Scholls Ferry. The suspects allegedly had engaged in a verbal altercation with the caller at Lu's Sports Bar and Lounge in Tigard prior to the shooting.
A Tigard patrol officer was driving behind the vehicles at the time of the call and observed the female suspect holding a shotgun out of a Ford Escape. After the officer activated lights and sirens, both suspects exited the vehicle and fled around 10500 S.W. Nimbus Avenue.
Sisco was located and taken into custody.
Quebrado fled to Fanno Creek.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office and Beaverton Police Department searched. After two and half hours of being submerged in the creek, Quebrado surrendered to law enforcement without incident near the 10400 block of Southwest North Dakota. He was transported to a local hospital and later taken into custody.
The female victim sustained a non-critical injury from a gunshot. The male victim was unharmed.
Participating agencies included the Beaverton, Tualatin and Hillsboro police departments, and the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
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