SLO deputies catch Paso Robles shoot­ing sus­pect after man­hunt

The Tribune (SLO) - - Front Page - BY LIND­SEY HOLDEN, MON­ICA VAUGHAN AND KAYTLYN LES­LIE

After an hours­long man­hunt across Paso Robles on Fri­day, po­lice fi­nally ap­pre­hended a man they say shot a hole into a mo­bile home.

The shoot­ing oc­curred at Los Robles Mo­bile Home Es­tates near Theatre Drive at about 10 a.m., ac­cord­ing to a Sher­iff’s Of­fice news re­lease.

A park res­i­dent, Jor­dan Nogo, 28, of Paso Robles, al­legedly fired a shot that trav­eled through his mo­bile home and into the home next door, the re­lease said. Deputies re­cov­ered a bul­let at the scene, and no one was in­jured.

Deputies re­sponded to the scene and con­tacted Nogo, who re­port­edly at­tempted to con­ceal a hand­gun in his cloth­ing and then fled the scene, the re­lease said.

He es­caped into a creek bed and then drove away in a black Volk­swa­gen Pas­sat sedan with li­cense plate number 6CKH797, ac­cord­ing to the re­lease.

He was con­sid­ered armed and po­ten­tially sui­ci­dal, the re­lease said.

Deputies later re­ceived a re­port that Nogo was spot­ted in the area of Ground Squir­rel Hol­low Road in ru­ral Paso Ro- bles, ac­cord­ing to an­other Sher­iff’s Of­fice news re­lease.

Ac­cord­ing to that re­lease, deputies found Nogo on Ge­ne­seo Road, where he stopped his

car but re­fused to get out. After pro­longed con­tact with deputies, he got out of the car about 3:50 p.m. and was taken into cus­tody.

A re­verse 911 was sent to res­i­dents in the area dur­ing the stand­off, ad­vis­ing them of what was hap­pen­ing. School buses were also rerouted.

Nogo was ar­rested for pa­role and weapons vi­o­la­tions, ac­cord­ing to the re­lease. He is not yet listed in the County Jail’s “Who’s in Cus­tody” data­base.

Nogo is wanted un­der a felony war­rant for al­legedly vi­o­lat­ing terms of his pa­role after he failed to at­tend Drug and Al­co­hol Ser­vices, court records show. Nogo was on postre­lease com­mu­nity su­per­vi­sion after serv­ing time in prison for grand theft.

Prior to that, he served short stints in San Luis Obispo County Jail in 2009 and 2011 for be­ing in pos­ses­sion of stolen prop­erty and metham­phetamine. His adult crim­i­nal record be­gan with a DUI in 2008, court records show.

Po­lice were look­ing for Jor­dan Nogo, who lived in the home at left. He al­legedly shot into his neigh­bor’s home at right.

Jor­dan Nogo

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