ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Despite numerous warnings fire officials say they received calls from across the city of people popping illegal fireworks.
One particular case was made especially easy for cops after the suspect tossed fireworks at a patrol car.
Christopher Brown is facing some serious charges after he threw a lit firework out of his truck window Thursday night – it landed on the hood of a police car. According to a criminal complaint Brown told officers that he was trying to hit a bicyclist, not the cop.
Another man was also arrested Thursday after he was allegedly busted lighting a large shell-type rocket in northeast Albuquerque.
When officers tried to question Jaramillo he ran off – but police caught up with him at his apartment. He told officers he ran away so he could hide some shells he had with him.
AFD says due to the number of calls they received it was obvious not everyone was following their many warnings.
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