INDIANAPOLIS — A man was taken into custody early Wednesday morning on Interstate 465 on Indianapolis' north side after leading police on a chase through multiple central Indiana counties.
During the pursuit, shots were fired by the driver leading the pursuit, according to sources with knowledge of the incident. This claim is being investigated by the Fishers Police Department.
The pursuit began in Fishers and continued in Hancock County before eventually ending on the north side on I-465.
According to IMPD, detectives responded to Hendricks Regional Hospital for a walk-in person shot just before 10:00 p.m. Officers were directed to 3035 Arrow Wood Lane, based on information gathered, where they located a crime scene.
Just after 12:30 a.m. Fishers Police Department was doing an independent investigation on a possible suspect with warrants. Fishers Police Department attempted to make a traffic stop on the suspected vehicle when the driver fled the scene, leading Fishers Police Department on a pursuit.
The vehicle came to a stop on I-465 near Michigan Road where Indiana State Police, IMPD and Fishers Police department collaborated their efforts and were able to apprehend the suspect.
During the investigation, it was learned the driver was being sought by detectives for the shooting which occurred on Arrow Wood Lane.
The suspect was taken to IMPD Aggravated Assault office for further investigation.
This case is still active and under investigation.
The suspect's identity and additional details are expected to be released at a later date. WRTV will release the name upon formal charges being filed.
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