This past Saturday, two men were arrested in the city of Fontana for firing at two undercover policemen outside of the resident’s Fontana home. The two suspects were outside on their porch as the two undercover cops drove by the house. Once the suspects saw the undercover cop car, they immediately fired at the police. A standoff between the police and the two suspects began and the S.W.A.T team was called to diffuse the situation. After a short standoff with the S.W.A.T team, the two suspects were put in handcuffs and put in the back of two separate squad cars. Police believe that the two suspects were firing at a rival gang and did not know that they were firing at two police officers. The two men are being held on one million dollars bail and will most likely wait for their court date in jail, which will be next Tuesday. They will most likely be charged with attempted manslaughter and will be found guilty immediately.