Wanted Person:  Jesse Dean Messer – Armed and Dangerous Warns Sheriff 

by Placerville Newswire / Apr 23, 2016 / comments

245(A)(2)            F    ASLT W/FIREARM ON PERSON    $210,000.00
211            F    ROBBERY    $50,000.00


[by Lieutenant Jim Byers] "Wanted Person – Armed and Dangerous" EDSO issues Felony Arrest Warrants for Jesse Dean Messer.  

After further investigation into the April 7th road rage incident that ended with gunshots being fired in the Mar Val Market parking lot in Georgetown, The El Dorado County Sheriff's Office has identified Jesse Dean Messer as a second suspect in this incident.

There are felony arrest warrants for Jesse Dean Messer for the charges of Armed Robbery and Assault with a Deadly Weapon.  Messer is known to frequent the Georgetown area.  It is unknown what type of vehicle Messer is currently using.  

Messer is considered ARMED and DANGEROUS!

If you see or know where Jesse Dean Messer is, please call (530) 621-6600

--  Related to JESSE DEAN Messer, JOSEPH RAY Messer arrested:

On April 7th, 2016 at 7:22 pm, the El Dorado County Sheriff's Office received multiple 911 calls reporting gunshots and tires screeching in the Mar Val Market parking lot in Georgetown, and additional calls reporting a truck racing around the parking lot, possibly firing a gun.

As Deputies were responding to the area, a man reported a road rage incident and told dispatchers that he had been chased by two vehicles and possibly shot at.

When Deputies arrived at scene, they determined that multiple shots had been fired at the man, and through the course of their investigation, they able to identify 40 year old Joseph Ray Messer of Diamond Springs as one of the suspects.

On April 8th, at 5:35 pm Messer was seen leaving a known residence he frequented in Diamond Springs in a truck matching the description of the one seen during the Mar Val Market incident.  Messer was stopped by Deputies and arrested without incident.

Messer was booked into the county jail on charges of armed robbery and has a parole hold.