First, S.I. teen stole car. Then he hit bicyclist and led cops on wild chase. Now, he’ll travel upstate.

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — This carjacker is headed on a lengthy journey — to jail.

Sawgee Gomez was sentenced Tuesday to four several years powering bars for robbery for stealing a motor vehicle past yr and then hitting a bicyclist though major law enforcement on a wild chase along North Shore streets.

Police and a criminal complaint explained the activities unfolded around 1:40 p.m. on Sept. 12.

A 41-year-aged person told law enforcement he was providing food stuff on the 200 block of Heberton Avenue in Port Richmond when two males approached him.

1 of them was Gomez, who brandished a BB gun which appeared to be a authentic firearm, stated the criticism.

“Give me your phone and your keys,” the criticism prices Gomez, then 18, as ordering the sufferer.

The defendant then taken out the victim’s cellphone from his hand.

At that position, Gomez and an alleged accomplice, Joshua Hicks, then 18, of Port Richmond, peeled off in the victim’s white 2015 Toyota Corolla, the grievance stated.

An officer in a marked patrol car or truck spotted Gomez driving the Toyota at about 2 p.m. at the intersection of Clove Road and Post Avenue in West Brighton, police reported. The officer turned on sirens and lights and adopted the Toyota.

Gomez refused to pull around and continued driving at about 60 mph, properly in surplus of the posted pace restrict of 25 mph, the grievance stated.

The Toyota ran a few purple lights right before hitting a male bicyclist in a crosswalk at the intersection of Rector Avenue and Castleton Avenue in West Brighton, claimed the criticism.

Gomez and Hicks bolted from the Toyota toward the intersection of Rector Road and Publish Avenue.

Cops swiftly nabbed them.

The bicyclist suffered a damaged nose, soreness to his neck, scratches to the still left knee, lacerations to the right arm and bruising and agony of the appropriate elbow, the complaint claimed.

Gomez and Hicks ended up each and every charged with robbery, assault, grand larceny, stolen-home possession, and unauthorized automobile use.

Gomez was also accused of reckless driving, leaving the scene of an incident, and unlawfully fleeing a law enforcement officer.

Law enforcement mistakenly outlined Gomez’s age as 19 at the time of his arrest. He is 19 now.

Two months in the past, Gomez resolved his scenario by pleading responsible in state Supreme Court docket, St. George, to next-degree theft. It was the best cost from the West Brighton resident.

Afterward, Kelvin Richards, his law firm, said, “Mr. Gomez, at 18 decades aged when this incident took place, is prepared to take duty for his actions. In the stop, he hopes to come to be a far better man or woman and add meaningfully to culture.”

Aside from prison time, Gomez was sentenced Tuesday to four years’ submit-launch supervision.

Hicks, in the meantime, pleaded responsible three weeks back to unauthorized car use, a misdemeanor.

He remains no cost on bond and will be sentenced on May possibly 2.

Legal professional Matthew Zuntag represents him.