Jared Bischoff: Photo Of Active US Navy Service Member Suspected Of Stabbing Girlfriend
An active U.S. Navy service member has been charged with murdering his girlfriend following a vehicle pursuit that ended with Riverside Police arresting Jared Bischoff.Advertisement
The police became aware of the incident on Sunday at around 5:15 p.m. They received a call regarding a possible domestic disturbance between a male and female near the corner of Calmhill Drive and California Avenue in Riverside.
Officers ended up getting flagged down regarding an injured woman in the street at the same location. Here, the officers found a woman who was unconscious after suffering multiple stab wounds. Paramedics transported her to a local hospital, but she soon succumbed to her injuries.
According to the Riverside Police Department, they conducted an investigation into the killing of the woman with the help of the Robbery/Homicide Unit, Forensic Unit technicians, Riverside Country District Attorney’s Office, and the Riverside County Sheriff-Coroner.
The investigation found that the unnamed girl had met with her boyfriend at the intersection where he was found prior to her death. Here, 25-year-old Bischoff stabbed her several times before fleeing the scene. The moment Bischoff was identified as the suspect, detectives went to locate him.
Riverside Police got notified by the San Diego Police Department that they had located Bischoff in their city. Bischoff ended up fleeing in his vehicle, and the police pursued.
When the suspect made it to the 15 freeway, California Highway Patrol took over the pursuit for San Diego Police. Bischoff continued to the 91 freeway and exited at Madison Avenue; however, Riverside officers took over pursuing the suspect. Bischoff ended up surrendering peacefully in the area of Rubidoux Avenue and Grand Avenue.
According to the U.S. Navy records, Bischoff is a service member with a rank of ABF3 or Aviation Boatswain’s Mate (Fuel Handler) Airman. He is now charged with murder and has been booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center.