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Sean Ryan Mondragon, 24
Greeley, Colorado
May 12, 2016

Agencies: Greeley Police Department Colorado

Last updated: 2 months ago

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A man who was fatally shot by police following a chase through Greeley has been identified as a gang member from Alamosa.

Police say 24-year-old Sean Ryan Mondragon robbed a woman at a bowling alley late Wednesday, then led authorities on a chase up to Eaton and back before crashing his car at an intersection in Evans. Two Greeley police officers shot him as he tried to steal a car at gunpoint.

The Greeley Tribune reports Mondragon was wanted on a warrant for allegedly trying to hit an officer with his vehicle in Monte Vista. He also was wanted on a parole violation.

Investigators say Mondragon has an extensive criminal history that includes arrests in Broomfield, Alamosa County and Conejos County.

A man who was fatally shot by police following a chase through Greeley has been identified as a gang member from Alamosa.

Police say 24-year-old Sean Ryan Mondragon robbed a woman at a bowling alley late Wednesday, then led authorities on a chase up to Eaton and back before crashing his car at an intersection in Evans. Two Greeley police officers shot him as he tried to steal a car at gunpoint.

The Greeley Tribune reports (http://goo.gl/5KrF66 ) Mondragon was wanted on a warrant for allegedly trying to hit an officer with his vehicle in Monte Vista. He also was wanted on a parole violation.

Investigators say Mondragon has an extensive criminal history that includes arrests in Broomfield, Alamosa County and Conejos County.

- See more at: http://www.the-journal.com/article/20160514/AP/305149976/-1/News02/Man-fatally-shot-by-officers-after-Greeley-chase-ID'd#sthash.LprD5s2f.dpuf

A man who was fatally shot by police following a chase through Greeley has been identified as a gang member from Alamosa.

Police say 24-year-old Sean Ryan Mondragon robbed a woman at a bowling alley late Wednesday, then led authorities on a chase up to Eaton and back before crashing his car at an intersection in Evans. Two Greeley police officers shot him as he tried to steal a car at gunpoint.

The Greeley Tribune reports (http://goo.gl/5KrF66 ) Mondragon was wanted on a warrant for allegedly trying to hit an officer with his vehicle in Monte Vista. He also was wanted on a parole violation.

Investigators say Mondragon has an extensive criminal history that includes arrests in Broomfield, Alamosa County and Conejos County.

- See more at: http://www.the-journal.com/article/20160514/AP/305149976/-1/News02/Man-fatally-shot-by-officers-after-Greeley-chase-ID'd#sthash.LprD5s2f.dpuf

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Prosecutors said two police officers were justified when they shot and killed Mondragon.