ROSEVILLE, CA - Placer County court documents are shedding light on officer-involved shooting suspect Samuel Duran's criminal history.
A complaint from March 2009 lists 16 felony counts against Duran for a number of alleged crimes that happened between October 2008 and March 2009. Those allegations include multiple counts of attempted robbery, attempted carjacking, domestic violence, and street terrorism.
As part of a plea deal, Duran pleaded guilty to five counts, and a judge sentenced him to seven years, two months in prison with the possibility of parole.
The judge in the case warned Duran that he had accumulated two strikes, and would face 25 years to life in prison if he committed another felony.
In June 2013, Duran, now on parole, tested positive for methamphetamine, a violation of the terms of his parole. Police tried to find Duran, and learned he had moved and not provided authorities with a new address. A judge then issued a warrant for his arrest.
Police lost track of Duran until he was spotted riding his bike in Roseville last Friday.
March 2009 felony complaint counts:
1. Attempted second degree robbery
2. Assault with personal use of a deadly weapon (a pipe)
3. Street terrorism
4. Corporal injury to spouse/cohabitant/former cohabitant/child's parent
5. Dissuading a witness by force or threat
6. Street terrorism
7. Resisting an executive officer
8. Street terrorism
9. Corporal injury to spouse/cohabitant/former cohabitant/child's parent
10. Criminal threats
11. Dissuading a witness by force or threat
12. Street terrorism
13. Attempted carjacking
14. Resisting an executive officer
15. Resisting an executive officer
16. Street terrorism
June 2009 plea deal to above charges:
Duran pleaded guilty to:
Count 2- Assault with personal use of a deadly weapon
Count 13- Attempted carjacking
Count 4- Corporal injury to spouse/cohabitant/former cohabitant/child's parent
Count 7- Resisting an executive officer
Count 14- Resisting an executive officer