Warrant: "You and I are both going to die tonight."

By: KKCO Email
By: KKCO Email

An arrest warrant has been issued for a man involved in a domestic dispute that ended in a car crash and sent another man to the hospital Wednesday night.

Clifford Guill is facing charges of domestic violence, first degree assault, felony menacing and prohibited use of a weapon.

Police say after getting into a fight with a woman at a home on Hill View Drive and threatening to kill himself with a hand gun, the 44-year-old Gdrove to a home in the 2300 block or S. Broadway and assaulted his ex-girlfriend's boyfriend. According to the arrest warrant, Guill hit and kicked the man and then pointed a gun at his head and told him, "You and I are both going to die tonight."

Police say the boyfriend's mother fired a shot into the air to scare Guill away.

The warrant says Guill then got into his car and drove off. A deputy says he spotted Guill driving eratically toward him and had to swerve so he wouldn't get hit. Guill then crashed into a ravine on Redlands Parkway.

Emergency officials had to cut him out of the vehicle. He has since been released from St. Mary's Hospital and will be booked into the Mesa County Jail.

A copy of the warrant is attached below.


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  • by Mike C. Location: Redlands on Aug 25, 2009 at 02:12 PM
    First, let me thank those who have posted here for there support, Thank you! As for my Mother, she doesn't have it in her to willfully kill someone she could just as easily deter with a well aimed warning shot. I know my gun she used and it was loaded to the max allowable by law ( stupid plug ). If she needed it there was more rounds available but he was fleeing like the coward he has demonstrated that he is.As for me, my intent was to keep him talking and occupied until officers arrived and to distract him from searching out his ex and daughter at our neighbors house.I failed in that after suffering several serious injuries and losing consciousness. Unfortunately his ex and some neighbors were also threatened at the point of a gun ( given to him recently by his father, apple doesn't fall far from the tree!)What everybody needs to be aware of is that he had two prior domestic violence charges against two different women as well as two 3rd degree assaults then was let out on $1000 bail.
  • by Upset in Vegas Location: Las Vegas on Aug 21, 2009 at 09:59 PM
    This guy is a whack job from way back in Las Vegas. He needs to be locked up for a long time. He pistol whipped his ex's boyfriend, breaking his jaw and kicked him while unconscious. He is a danger to anyone he is around. I understand the judge only set bail at $40K! This nut job will be out on bail for only 4 grand! I thought judges were supposed to be looking out for public safety. He obviously doesn't have all the facts about Cliff Quill.
  • by mike Location: Redlands on Aug 21, 2009 at 12:47 PM
    she should not have fired a warning shot. If you are going to pull the trigger then drop the SOB! This guy should be in a coffin not in the hospital. I aprove of them protecting themselvs and her family but now we all have to pay to house and feed this guy for the next 10 to 20 yrs. Much more cost effective to bury them.
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