You've seen those Chevy SS's totaled from accidents right? But have you seen one riddled with bullets? How many bullets you ask? In this indecent the Police tagged more than 20 shell casings in the street near where the shooting took place involving a Chevy SS in Brentwood, California.
According to police on April 13, 2020 at approximately 10:21 p.m., the onwer of the Chevy SS drove to hi home at the 500 block of Cashew Place and called 911 after being shot in a vehicle-to-vehicle shooting in the vicinity of Balfour Road and Griffith Lane.
Battalion Chief Craig Auzenne from the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District (ECCFPD) spokesperson stated the driver of the Chevy SS was a 56-year-old Brentwood man who sustained multiple gunshot wounds including a gunshot wound to the face!
The Police and other emergency units responded to the location and found the victim suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. A medical helicopter landed at nearby Orchard Park to transport him to John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek. The bullet-ridden Chevrolet SS sedan was then towed from 500 block of Cashew Place.
The victim's condition was reported by Brentwood PD as critical but stable and he is expected to survive.
The Chevy SS now lays in a boneyard called Copart in Martinez, California as lot# 41298470
If you are interested in the car make sure you know this car is considered a "Bio Hazzard" Car. note the "Bio Blood" written on the window. Most likely because of that it will be labeled as a "Salvage" title.
Also if you notice this Chevy SS has an Airaid Cold Air Intake too! Want one for cheap? Maybe they will part it out. ;)
Though this Chevy SS does look better then most that we see totaled. How many of you would want one with blood all over it? Then again if it was cheap enough. lol!
The Brentwood police are still investigating that shooting and there is still no motive or leads at this time. The only lead is they believe the suspect was driving "dark four-door sedan". The Brentwood Police Department is asking if anyone with any information is encouraged to call Detective Joe Nunemaker at 925-809-7761. Callers can remain anonymous.