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Prince George Bellos Street drive-by shooting suspects fired at police during pursuit

Charges have been approved for three men involved in the Oct. 8 incident

A Prince George RCMP officer was uninjured after suspects shot at a police cruiser during yesterday’s (Oct. 8) flight from police following a second shooting on Bellos Street.

Police say the investigation into yesterday's targeted shooting, which saw three Prince George schools go into a precautionary ‘hold and secure’ as police pursued the suspects, is continuing. 

Evidence found during the investigation has shown that a suspect discharged a firearm striking the windshield of a police cruiser, however, the officer in the vehicle was uninjured.

Charges have now been approved for the three men involved with shooting and flight from police, which ended shortly after the suspect’s vehicle collided with a curb and through a fence, before coming to a stop in the front yard of a residence at the corner of 10 Avenue and McBride Crescent.

Investigators continue to gather evidence and obtain statements from witnesses.

The BC Prosecution Service has approved the following changes:

34-year-old Kenneth Ricardo Munroe of Prince George has been charged with:

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  • · Possession of a firearm without authorization
  • · Discharging a firearm with intent to endanger life (2 counts)
  • · Resist or wilfully obstruct peace officers in the execution of their duty

31-year-old Bradley Andre Ouelette of Prince George has been charges with: 

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  • · Possession of a firearm without authorization
  • · Discharging a firearm with intent to endanger life (2 counts)
  • · Resist or wilfully obstruct peace officers in the execution of their duty
  • · Possession of a firearm while prohibited
  • · Fail to comply with probation
  • · Fail to comply with a release order

40-year-old Eric Vern West of Prince George has been charged with: 

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  • · Possession of a firearm without authorization
  • · Discharging a firearm with intent to endanger life (2 counts)
  • · Resist or wilfully obstruct peace officers in the execution of their duty
  • · Possession of a firearm while prohibited
  • · Fail to stop for police
  • · Dangerous operation of a conveyance

All three were held in custody overnight and will appear in court today.

If you have any information about this incident, please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300.