Sources say the man who killed Yadira Arroyo, a Bronx EMT, is a Bloods gangbanger. He had been arrested 31 times prior to him running Arroyo over with her own ambulance.
Jose Gonzalez is a 25-year-old career criminal. He’s accused of stealing an ambulance from the FDNY emergency medical technician and her partner, 31-year-old EMT Monique Williams.
After a series of events, authorities say a video shows him dragging Yadira Arroyo underneath the wheels of her own ambulance. He drug the Bronx EMT worker for at least 15 feet. The video also shows him hitting multiple parked cars during his attempted get-away, eventually getting stuck in the snow.
The suspect, Gonzalez, is said to be a member of the Bloods gang. According to authorities, his gang name is “Breezy Blood.” He also reportedly has some mental illness issues.
Of his 32 (now) arrests, here are the latest 10 criminal arrests, according to NY Daily News reports:
* Feb. 25, 2017. Criminal mischief, 46th Precinct, Fordham Heights.
* June 9, 2016. Assault, 46 precinct, Fordham Heights.
* Jan. 9, 2016. Criminal sale of marijuana, 46 Precinct, Fordham Heights.
* Dec. 18, 2015. Criminal mischief, 46th Precinct, Fordham Heights. The arrest is sealed.
* July 31, 2015. Criminal sale marijuana, 46th Precinct, Fordham Heights.
* May 23, 2015. Criminal sale marijuana, 46 Precinct, Fordham Heights. The arrest is sealed.
* Dec. 21, 2014. Making graffiti, 46th Precinct, Fordham Heights. The arrest is sealed.
* Dec. 17, 2014. Public lewdness, 33rd Precinct, Washington Heights.
* July 31, 2014. Misdemeanor drug possession, 33rd Precinct, Washington Heights. The arrest is sealed.
* May 14, 2014. Fare evasion, Midtown South Precinct, Midtown.
His non-criminal contacts with police:
On June 27, 2015, cops were called because he was acting violent and erratic.
On Jan. 1, 2014, cops were called because he was off his medication.
On Dec. 14, 2010, someone called 911 on him for an unspecified reason.
On Nov. 15, 2008 and May 28, 2004, cops responded after he was injured in an assault.
And on Nov. 20, 2000, when he was 9, he suffered a laceration to his face and cops responded to assist him.