Man accused of firing at KCSO car enters plea in court

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A man accused of firing at a sheriff's deputy car last Tuesday night in South Bakersfield pleaded not guilty Monday.

A judge set bail for Carlos Gomez at $750,000.

Gomez is charged with six felony counts, including attempted murder, being a felon in possession of a firearm and for being in a gang.

Sheriff's officials say deputies tried to pull over the car Gomez was driving at South Chester and Ming avenues.

During the chase that followed, deputies say Gomez fired a shotgun at the patrol car, then got out and ran.

The deputy driving the car suffered minor injuries.

Gomez is due back in court Nov. 28.

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