A Fairfield woman's harrowing encounter with domestic violence concluded with her alleged attacker behind bars after a tense confrontation with police last week. The Fairfield Police Department reports that they received a distress call around 10:18 pm on February 8, detailing a violent altercation at a residence on East Alaska Avenue. The victim narrated how a man, who was acquainted with her, had physically assaulted her, brandished a firearm at her, and pushed one of her friends.
Attempting to respond quickly, the woman informed the police dispatch that the assailant had already fled the scene in a vehicle. Officer Ray arrived shortly after, collecting a detailed description of the suspect and his vehicle and broadcasting it for an immediate lookout. Just seven minutes later, at 10:25 pm, Officer Swoyer spotted the vehicle traveling westbound on Travis Boulevard. A felony stop was swiftly executed, and the man was apprehended without further incident, according to the department's account on Facebook.
The resolution of the situation involved a search of the suspect's vehicle, which led to the discovery of a loaded firearm equipped with an extended magazine. To safeguard the victim, a protection order was rapidly approved and served. Further details were withheld, reflecting the department's policy to protect the identity of victims in such sensitive cases.
Moreover, the suspect's list of offenses continued to grow when, upon being booked into Solano County Jail, he was found to be carrying a controlled substance. The suspect now faces multiple charges as he awaits further legal proceedings.