Mendocino Sheriff’s Office Seeking Man for Attempted Murder

 Randolph Paul BISSONInformation from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Department’s Facebook page:

WANTED: Randolph Paul BISSON

Wanted for the following charges:

Attempted Murder (with a firearm) – 664/187 PC

Assault with Deadly Weapon (Vehicle) against Peace Officer – 245 (d)(1) PC

Felony Evading Peace Officer – 2800.2 VC

64 year old white male adult, 5’10”, about 160 lbs.

Long brown hair possibly balding on top of head

Brown eyes. Last seen wearing dark clothing

On 04/05/2020 at approximately 1525 hours, Randolph Bisson, was identified as shooting at and striking a victim known to him in the 71000 block of Hill Road in Covelo, CA. The victim was treated by medical personnel and is expected to survive their injuries.

MCSO deputies received further information concerning the location of the crime scene and responded to Covelo to investigate.

While on scene, Bisson was located in the area and a pursuit began when MCSO Deputies attempted to conduct a vehicle traffic stop on Bisson. During the pursuit, Bisson is suspected of intentionally striking two patrol vehicles causing damage and possibly intended to ram a third deputy’s vehicle forcing the deputy to move out of the way.

Bisson continued north on Mina Rd where he lost control of his vehicle and fled on foot about two miles west of Mina Rd and Highway 162 intersection.

The Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for information related to the whereabouts of Randolph Bisson or information related to this investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Stephanie Garnica at the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office at 707-463-4086 or MCSO Tip-line at 234-2100.

UPDATE 1:25 p.m.: Man Wanted for Attempted Murder Hits Two Pursuing Mendocino County Sheriff’s Vehicles



  • Good Ole Mendo boys

    Just the good ol’ boys
    Never meanin’ no harm
    Beats all you never saw
    Been in trouble with the law
    Since the day they was born
    Staightenin’ the curves
    Flattenin’ the hills
    Someday the mountain might get ’em
    But the law never will
    Makin’ their way
    The only way they know how
    That’s just a little bit more
    Than the law will allow

    • Y’all from California…. not Texas ! so let’s not use Waylon Jennings rip in regards to hippie liberal tweakers . Maybe some Katie Perry lol HAHAHAA as she’s from California…
      No good ole boy hits the law mans car . That’s not good ole boy move , good ole boys would block his ass In with a rig .

      • Tales of Waylon’s drug use have never been kept secret. In fact, his son Terry Jennings openly confesses to his dad’s struggles in his autobiography, Waylon: Tales of My Outlaw Dad. Terry admitted that while pills were Waylon’s “drug of choice,” he stopped using them after Elvis Presley’s untimely death in 1977 at the age of 42.

        After that, Terry says that Waylon turned to cocaine. But he wasn’t casual about it. Terry admits, “Dad did $1,500 of coke per day. And it wasn’t that way for a short period of time, either.”

      • “We’re from north California and south alabam and little towns all around this land”

    • I live in Covelo, and know Randolph. If you want to post lyrics that best fit the situation post the lyrics from Imagine.

      • Crappy Frog !. 🐸

        More like we all live in a COVID-19 quarantine, COVID-19 quarantine thank Jah !. He’s probably hiding at his girlfriends house on some Indian chick road. He should have cut his hair a little so he had a mullet and then just saved those bullets !.

      • Thank you, Divide By Zero. And btw, he’s from New Hampshire, neither Cali nor Texas. Sold fresh pressed orange juice at the Farmers’ Market, loved his dogs, and made the best raw vegan cheesecake you ever tasted. Word is, it was his own brother he shot, but that’s entirely rumor. No idea what happened, we are all shocked, sad and mystified – this is so out of character, as Randolph is a very well liked, loved and respected member of the Round Valley community. I know that he has been under a great deal of stress lately. It would behoove everyone to keep their unkind comments and judgements to themselves, at least until the facts are known. Thank you.

    • Even when I watched Dukes of Hazard as a kid, I always hope the “bad guy” gets away. Ultimately the cops are the real villains….

  • TheBotThatNeverSleeps

    Well buddy had you hunkered down you would probably have avoided a ruined life. What a damn waste.

  • 🕯🌳I could say alot since I’m from Texas but I’ll stay out since I’ve been labeled a liberal. Still haven’t gotten that definition from one of our fellow commenters yet?🕯🐸🖖

    • ThebotThatNeverSleeps

      Too liberal with your ammo haha! Love Texas!

    • I’d like to see a definition of the oft used word “Hippie” also. They think they are full of Gotcha phrases and words of wisdom. Every. Single.Day. They have no idea how frantic they sound. Defensive. Lashing out in every thread. All dosed up with Fox News, etc and weaponized with the same dumbass talking points repeated over and over. It’s the most pathetic thing happening in these threads. Not an original thought in their heads.

  • I have known a number of people who are commonly termed “rednecks.” I found that the conversation starter among them is either “with all taxes you’re paying don’t you feel like you’re living in a socialist country” or “if I found my wife in bed with another man, I would shoot them both.”

    I have known a number of women who’ve lived with such men, and many of them tell horror stories. And of course for a long time I held that constituency in contempt. However my life experiences have taught me respect for these people. They are strong. They are hard-working. They are ethical. And all of these traits are worthy of respect.

    I have also known a number of hippies; and of course rednecks and hippies have for a long time been enemies. However they both appear to have had the same idea. They did not like life in the civilization, so they moved to the country to have free lives. Among these two, the rednecks did a better job. They did a better job of providing for themselves and of defending themselves.

    Among the hippies, some stayed in the country and gave birth to the organic farming industry. Many more moved back to the civilization, where they used their intellect and creativity to create the computer industry and the Wall Street boom. Some among the first group see the second group as having sold out. However I see them as having made a better choice. Once again, they used their intellect and creativity to create something beneficial. And that is a much better choice than remaining potheads while contributing very little of merit to the country.

    In dealing with any population, it is important to see both what they are right about and what they are wrong about. The rednecks are right to work hard and to encourage strength. Where they err is when they support violence against wives and children. There is absolutely no excuse for that. It is possible for people to become tough without having to face directionless violence or abusive behavior. My younger brother was raised without violence, and he is an ethical, hard-working, athletic and all-around admirable young man.

    What is the solution to this? As always, it is about seeing what people are right about and what they are wrong about. Strength and hard work are good values, and they should be kept. But there is much less to recommend domestic violence or abuse of children.

    The country will continue to exist. The question is, in what form? I do not want to see these people eviscerated. But neither do I want to see these people to force wrongful and abusive attitudes on the civilization. Many of these people really do have valuable things to offer. And it is important that they be seen for this and treated with respect that is due what they contribute to the country

  • Piece of shit is in custody

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