Around 7pm last night, the Tustin Police Dispatch Center received a call from a witness who said he saw a man push an elderly woman to the ground and flee just south of it. Old Town Tustin.
Despite a thorough search of the area, Tustin officers were unable to find either the suspect or the victim.
An hour later, Tustin Police received an additional 911 call of a man attacking a woman near the closed Taco Bell. newport avenueThe suspect’s description of the second call matched that of the first call.
As officers were investigating the second incident, another 911 caller said he was leaving an apartment complex near Walnut Avenue when a male suspect tried to get into his car. At this time, all available Tustin police resources on duty, as well as support agency helicopters, were conducting an extensive search for the suspect.
Around 8:15 p.m. foothill hospital Security called 911 and said they had fought off a man who tried to steal the radio.
After a while, there was the last 119 call. In that call, a woman who was eight months pregnant said she was beaten in the stomach by her man and ran towards her dead end. newport avenue.
Shortly thereafter, Tustin police officers located the man and detained him with the help of responding officers near the intersection of Kenyon Drive and Newport Avenue. The suspect was arrested without further incident and booked with the OCJ on various charges.
Thank you to the community members who called 911 and provided important updates to the dispatchers and officers who worked together to steer this precarious situation into a much-needed solution.Suspect identified as Sean, 28 Anthony Aguilera Orange.
If anyone witnesses this suspect’s actions or crimes, or believes they are the victim of a crime from the suspect, please contact Detective Haug. firstname.lastname@example.org or (714) 573-3246.