New Video Shows Norteño Gang Thug Shooting CA Cop – Thug Burns To Death in Fire

Video of the shooting of a Fremont, California police officer surfaced via ABC News.

Gerald Villabrille Jr., a known Norteño Gang member, shot two police officers in Fremont on Wednesday, June 1st.

The “Norteños” consist of a number of street gangs who pay tribute to the “Nuestra Familia,” an organized crime group primarily consisting of “Mexican American prison gangs.”

Villabrille was wanted for possession of methamphetamine, and identity theft.

The two officers attempted to pull Villabrille over near an AutoZone store. Villabrille rammed the first officer’s patrol car with his truck.

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The officer exited his vehicle, gun drawn, and shouted to Villabrille to put his hands up. Villabrille then opens fire, striking the officer.

Villabrille looked under the officer’s vehicle to see if he was moving, then ran. Two passengers who were in his truck walked away from the scene, without attempting to help the fallen officer.

Villabrille holed up in a nearby house, where he engaged in a standoff with police.

fremont shooting standoff

After tear gas was fired into the home, it caught fire. Villabrille was later found dead inside the home.

fremont shooting standoff fire

One of the officers shot is in critical condition, the other is listed as stable.

By Jeff Rainforth
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