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BPD looking for homicide suspect, Trevon Foreman, following hours-long standoff

Posted at 6:06 PM, Mar 11, 2018
and last updated 2018-03-12 20:00:37-04

UPDATE: Bakersfield Police are still searching for Trevon Foreman, who is believed to be connected to a deadly shooting on Friday in East Bakersfield.

According to BPD, officers believed they found Foreman walking near an apartment complex at 1750 Cheatham Avenue around 11 a.m. Sunday. Police say he ran from officers and was last seen entering the complex. 

Bakersfield Police SWAT units showed up at the scene and an hours-long standoff ensued. 

Eventually, before midnight it was determined that Foreman was not in the complex. 

According to police, Foreman faces murder, conspiracy and participation in a street gang charges. 

He's considered armed and dangerous. 


There is heavy police presence in Southeast Bakersfield at the Camellia Garden Family Apartments. KCSO and BPD SWAT teams are on scene as well as Hall Ambulance.

Police say they are looking for a suspect connected to the shooting that happened on Friday near East 10th and S Owens Streets. Police have already arrested 21-year-old Anthony Michael Gage on Calcutta Drive for murder, conspiracy and participation in a criminal street gang.

We have a 23ABC Crew on scene and will bring you more updates as we have them.