Apr 8, 2016 1:20 PM by News Staff
An attempted murder suspect is on the loose nearly 24 hours after a 9-hour long standoff in Corning.
Police are currently searching for that suspect, Christian Alexander Macedo, 22, who escaped arrested after Shasta County Interagency SWAT Team raided the home on Toomes Avenue in Corning Thursday night.
Two female and one male suspects were detained; Angelina Maria Castenada, 28 of Corning; Denise Michelle Jones, 48 of Corning; and Cesar Oswaldo Macedo, 25 of Corning.
Jones was released shortly after the incident unharmed. Cesar Macedo and Castenada were transported to local hospitals, both with puncture wounds to the chest. Castenada was treated then released to the custody of Tehama County. Cesar Macedo remains in the hospital, his condition is unknown.
The standoff began around 4 p.m. Thursday.
Police first arrived to the house located here on Toomes Avenue after an anonymous call informed them that inside the house were two men with active warrants for their arrest.
After police entered the home, they found the three suspects inside the attic. Christian Macedo was wanted for attempted homicide and Cesar Macedo for parole violations.
After talking with police, the three subjects came down, two of which suffered what appeared to be stab wounds.
Police then called Tehama County Interagency SWAT to assist with the arrest of Cesar Macedo.
After hours of standoff, police entered the residence assisted with 12 canisters of gas.
“The swat team made entry along with their robot,” said Jeremiah Fears, Corning Chief of Police. “We were unable to find anyone within the residence they also cleared the attic by man by scaling the rafters and confirmed there was nobody else in the residence.”
Authorities are continuing to investigate the incident. Police warn Alexander Macedo is to be considered armed and dangerous.