Armed Glendora man sought after fleeing from bounty hunter

Officers went yard to yard Tuesday night looking for a gunman wanted for resisting arrest.
Glendora police Capt. Tim Staab said a bounty hunter tried to arrest 29-year-old Jose Rosas about 7:45 p.m. in the 2000 block of East Inola Street.
The Glendora man has a $30,000 warrant for resisting arrest out of Long Beach Superior Court, Staab said.
Rosas allegedly pointed a gun at the bounty hunter and ran.
He was last seen running across Route 66 toward a residential area near the Glendora Country Club.
Police closed off several streets and used a helicopter and police dogs to search for the suspect.
The search was called off about 2 a.m., Sgt. Matt Egan said.

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