Driver Who Crashed Into 25 L.A. Sheriff Recruits Claims He Fell Asleep At Wheel

Driver Who Crashed Into 25 L.A. Sheriff Recruits Claims He Fell Asleep At Wheel


The 22-year-old driver who crashed into 25 Los Angeles County Sheriff’s recruits last week denied authorities’ claims that investigators had enough evidence to prove the incident was a deliberate act.

Nicholas Gutierrez was held on suspicion of attempted murder of a peace officer on a $2 million bond for driving his Honda CR-V into 25 cadets about 20 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles on Nov. 16. around 6:30 a.m. during a training exercise with about 75 recruits from the Sheriff’s Department and several local police agencies.

The horrific crash left more than a dozen cadets injured and at least five in critical condition.

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Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said they later provisionally released Gutierrez because the initial complaint was not enough to hold him in custody.

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