Pueblo, Co. - Bryce Dillon Ming, 25, pled guilty in Federal Court to three charges, including attempted homicide of a peace officer, and faces 25 years in federal prison when he’s sentenced later this month. Ming was one of three suspects to take plea agreements in a June 2022 incident involving a carjacking of an elderly woman and the subsequent pursuit by Pueblo Police where gun shots were fired at pursuing officers, striking one patrol vehicle. No officers were injured. Officers returned gun fire, hitting the suspect vehicle and two of the suspects. The suspects suffered minor injuries. The pursuit ended when officers did a pursuit intervention technique to stop the vehicle. However, Ming and another suspect, Elisa Montoya ran from the vehicle but were apprehended after a short foot chase and taken into custody. A third suspect, Juan Aguilar surrendered and was taken into custody. The 10th Judicial Critical Incident Team conducted the investigation into the incident, with the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office being the lead investigative agency. PCSO detectives filed all charges in the case to include the federal charges on Ming. Ming was also charged with aggravated motor vehicle theft and vehicular eluding. Aguilar and Montoya also pled guilty to their respective charges in district court. Montoya was sentenced to six years in the Department of Corrections and Aguilar will be sentenced soon. Great work by all involved in this incident.