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Roland Dickason

Chief Executive Officer

H & A Transmissions Inc

HQ Phone: (909) 941-9020

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H & A Transmissions Inc

8727 Rochester Ave

Rancho Cucamonga, California 91730

United States

Company Description

H & A Transmissions, Inc. is a wholesale-only business that is geared to supply the automotive industry. If you are not a shop owner or do not have an automotive resale license, it will be necessary to refer you to a quality automotive repair facility i ... more

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The officer, who was on the ground with the driver, had a handcuff on one of the man's hands and was struggling to get control of the other, while dodging punches.
"I could see a bunch of dirt flying around in the air and said, `Something's not right here.' When I got closer, I saw the (CHP officer) and a guy punching each other," Dickason said.
He immediately pulled over in front of the CHP car.When he ran toward the brawl, he saw knives on the hood of the suspect's car and a gun on the seat inside.Officers later found a submachine gun under the driver's seat.
Dickason, a Big Bear resident and CEO of H&A Transmissions in Rancho Cucamonga, waited to make sure the officer didn't need help and that the suspect didn't flee.
"I just wasn't going to let the guy get up," he said.


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The officer, who was on the ground with the driver, had a handcuff on one of the man's hands and was struggling to get control of the other, while dodging punches.
"I could see a bunch of dirt flying around in the air and said, `Something's not right here.' When I got closer, I saw the (CHP officer) and a guy punching each other," Dickason said.
He immediately pulled over in front of the CHP car.When he ran toward the brawl, he saw knives on the hood of the suspect's car and a gun on the seat inside.Officers later found a submachine gun under the driver's seat.
Dickason, a Big Bear resident and CEO of H&A Transmissions in Rancho Cucamonga, waited to make sure the officer didn't need help and that the suspect didn't flee.
"I just wasn't going to let the guy get up," he said.


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The officer, who was on the ground with the driver, had a handcuff on one of the man's hands and was struggling to get control of the other, while dodging punches.
"I could see a bunch of dirt flying around in the air and said, `Something's not right here.' When I got closer, I saw the (CHP officer) and a guy punching each other," Dickason said.
He immediately pulled over in front of the CHP car.When he ran toward the brawl, he saw knives on the hood of the suspect's car and a gun on the seat inside.Officers later found a submachine gun under the driver's seat.
Dickason, a Big Bear resident and CEO of H&A Transmissions in Rancho Cucamonga, waited to make sure the officer didn't need help and that the suspect didn't flee.
"I just wasn't going to let the guy get up," he said.


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The officer, who was on the ground with the driver, had a handcuff on one of the man's hands and was struggling to get control of the other, while dodging punches.
"I could see a bunch of dirt flying around in the air and said, `Something's not right here.' When I got closer, I saw the (CHP officer) and a guy punching each other," Dickason said.
He immediately pulled over in front of the CHP car.When he ran toward the brawl, he saw knives on the hood of the suspect's car and a gun on the seat inside.Officers later found a submachine gun under the driver's seat.
Dickason, a Big Bear resident and CEO of H&A Transmissions in Rancho Cucamonga, waited to make sure the officer didn't need help and that the suspect didn't flee.
"I just wasn't going to let the guy get up," he said.


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The officer, who was on the ground with the driver, had a handcuff on one of the man's hands and was struggling to get control of the other, while dodging punches.
"I could see a bunch of dirt flying around in the air and said, `Something's not right here.' When I got closer, I saw the (CHP officer) and a guy punching each other," Dickason said.
He immediately pulled over in front of the CHP car.When he ran toward the brawl, he saw knives on the hood of the suspect's car and a gun on the seat inside.Officers later found a submachine gun under the driver's seat.
Dickason, a Big Bear resident and CEO of H&A Transmissions in Rancho Cucamonga, waited to make sure the officer didn't need help and that the suspect didn't flee.
"I just wasn't going to let the guy get up," he said.

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