Man Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges After Carjacking

A Man Admits to Federal Charges Following a Carjacking Incident

The Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office recently announced on their Facebook page that Bryce Dillon Ming, a 25-year-old, has pled guilty in federal court to three charges, which includes attempted homicide of a police officer. The incident started when Ming and two others carjacked an elderly woman in Pueblo in June 2022.

The suspects, Ming and Montoya, tried to escape on foot after the officers used a pursuit intervention technique (PIT) to stop their vehicle. However, they were apprehended shortly after and taken into custody. Aguilar, on the other hand, surrendered without resistance and was also placed under arrest. All three defendants have since entered plea agreements.

After being found guilty, Montoya received a sentence of six years in the Department of Corrections. Meanwhile, Aguilar is currently awaiting sentencing. As for Ming, the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office pursued federal charges against him for motor vehicle theft and felony eluding. If convicted, Ming could face up to 25 years in federal prison.

As per the report by Pueblo Chieftain, motor vehicle thefts in Pueblo surged by 23% in 2022. The state also witnessed a high number of vehicle thefts, with an average of 105 vehicles being stolen every day throughout the year.

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