Victim Who Survived 91 Freeway Shooting Describes How He Helped Police Catch Suspected Gunman

Shayn Roby’s Take: It’s good to see that some people don’t allow scum like Jerry Valentin to get away with (allegedly) shooting people at random. It’s time to spend a little time at Orange County’s finest crossbar motel, or perhaps one of the state of California’s finer penal institutions.


After assessing the damage to his bullet-riddled SUV, a man who helped catch the person who allegedly shot him a day earlier on a Fullerton freeway said on Tuesday that he was lucky to survive.

The man called 911 late Monday afternoon to report a car-to-car shooting on the 91 Freeway near Interstate 5 that left him injured. While on the phone with dispatchers, he followed the vehicle belonging to the alleged gunman, according to the Fullerton Police Department.

“I was driving after him in excess of 90, 80,” said the 56-year-old man, who asked to remain anonymous. “I chased him, I kept the CHP advised as to my location. As I was going down the road, I told them I felt I had been shot.”

The victim drove several miles before he and the suspected gunman were pulled over in Anaheim Hills, said Lt. Bob Dunn with the Anaheim…

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