Petrica Muntean was shot by Santa Ana police on May 14, 2013.
When confronted by police, Burns allegedly told officers he drove away because, "he was scared and thought the person he hit was going to assault him".
The police initially said, after their arrest of justices Abdulla Saeed and Ali Hameed, that they had found 3.4 million in such an apartment.
Police said Taylor was also accused of damaging the victim's auto windows and cell phone. Eventually, Muntean emerged from the vehicle and surrendered. He tested positive at a hospital for marijuana and amphetamine. However, he was sentenced to four months in jail to be followed by deportation.
Authorities said the officers were trying to arrest a man on a probation and parole violation Sunday evening at a north Portage Kwik Trip when the attack took place. While the man was being held against the wall of a building by Officer Loewenhagen, nearby Sgt. Walters was attempting to handcuff the woman on the ground.
A preliminary police investigation has indicated a business-related motive for the murder of the entrepreneur, said Superintendent of Police, Bishnu KC, of District Police Office, Jhapa. While checking on him, she realized the woman suspect was beginning to fight with Officer Loewenhagen again and was yelling about having a knife in her pocket.
When officers contacted Muntean Friday morning, he "exhibited similar behavior to the incident the prior evening", Wyatt said. A BB gun that resembled a firearm was recovered at the scene, he said.