Pasadena police officers injured, brothers arrested following scuffle

PASADENA — Two brothers are accused of felony resisting arrest after injuring two police officers during a fight late Friday, officials said.
Raymond Malone, 19, of Pasadena and Ashton Malone, 20, of Altadena were jailed following the incident, which occurred just after 10 p.m. in a residential neighborhood in the 1500 block of North Raymond Avenue, Pasadena police Lt. Jason Clawson said.
Two officers were patrolling when they spotted a man, later identified as Raymond Malone, riding a motor scooter without a helmet, the lieutenant said.
“They observed the vehicle code violation and attempted to conduct a traffic stop on him,” he said. “He ignored the officers and rode down a driveway. The officers ran down the driveway after him.”
Raymond Malone struggled with the officers, and his brother soon joined in the scuffle, Clawson said.
One officer suffered a shoulder injury and another suffered injuries to his shoulder and elbow before the brothers were subdued, he said. The brothers were not injured.
According to county booking records, Raymond and Ashton Malone were being held in lieu of $25,000 bail each pending their initial court appearances.

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