Two Pueblo men arrested for attempted murder of a police officer

PUEBLO, Colo. (KRDO)– Pueblo Police say two men who shot at police during a pursuit have been arrested on charges of attempted murder of a peace officer.

According to Pueblo Police, officers responded to a home Friday at about 6:28 P.M. on Verdosa Drive. Police said they went to the home after the two suspects, Michael Fredrick Bundy, 19, and Ted Jose Heredia, 26 fired shots when they were allegedly seen by a civilian attempting to enter a garage.

Police say that they located a stolen white Jeep, which the two men were using. The men were able to drive away from police, and allegedly fired shots at police.

According to police, the suspects then ran from the Jeep at a location on the east side of the city.
Bundy and Heredia were found at another home, on E. 14th Street in Pueblo. Police said two people exited the home when police made announcements to exit the residence. A third person reportedly did not.

Pueblo Police went inside and arrested Heredia for attempted murder of a peace officer, first-degree assault, menacing with a deadly weapon, crimes against an at-risk adult, reckless endangerment, and a parole violation.

Bundy was arrested on the same charges, as well as vehicular eluding. According to police, Bundy had multiple outstanding warrants.
During a search of the home, police said they found guns. Both Bundy and Heredia are convicted felons.

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