The City of Phoenix Police Department has just announced that they have arrested and jailed abortionist Ronald Yunis for aggravated assault following a recorded incident earlier this month when he pulled and pointed a gun at a sidewalk counselor from his vehicle.
The arrest follows a video that was taken by Elvis Kesto—a sidewalk counselor who was outside of the killing facility, and who was the target of the gun pointing—showing Ronald Yunis briefly aiming the firearm at Kesto while he was pulling out of the driveway of the Acacia Women’s Center in his red Telsa where he reportedly does abortions.
In the video, Kesto can be heard stating, “Dude, you’re a coward, you’re a coward” as Yunis’ car passed by him with a gun pointed in his direction that can be seen through the window. After Yunis drove off, Kesto began to alert others who were also picketing the facility of what happened and subsequently contacted police to report the incident.
The Facebook post from the Phoenix Police Department that was made today (Oct. 18) reads:
“We have received many inquiries regarding an incident that happened on October 10th outside a Phoenix medical office, where a man claimed a doctor pulling out of the facility pointed a gun at him.
Police responded to the incident, gathering evidence, including video recorded by one of the people outside the women’s clinic. The initial report taken by the responding officer was filed that day.
The suspect was unknown at that point and officers determined that any immediate threat no longer existed as the suspect had left the location. At this point, the investigative process began, focused on gathering interviews and evidence while protecting the rights of all the individuals. The goal of this process is to determine if there is enough probable cause to make an arrest.
On Thursday morning, detectives interviewed the suspect. That final step in the evidence-gathering process was brought back to the police department where it was determined there was sufficient probable cause to make an arrest.
On Friday morning, officers began the process of taking the man into custody. He will be booked into the Maricopa County jail on aggravated assault charges.”