INDIANAPOLIS — A suspect allegedly fired shots at police after they tried to stop a vehicle early Sunday morning on the east side of Indianapolis, according to police.
A vehicle allegedly took off from Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers and fired shots at them when they tried to stop the vehicle around 7 a.m. near East 10 and North Tuxedo streets, IMPD Officer Aaron Hamer said in an email. An officer then returned fire.
No injuries were reported, Hamer said.
All suspects allegedly involved in the incident are in custody, Hamer said.
The identities of those involved in the incident have not been released.
IMPD Chief Randal Taylor said on Twitter this incident is another reminder of the dangers officers face:
Here at 10th/Tuxedo St. of the shots fired @IMPDnews. Another vivid reminder, this week, of the dangers officers face. Thankfully no one was injured and officers have detained suspects. Expect heavy police presence in the area for the next several hours as #IMPDnews investigates— Chief Randal Taylor (@IMPD_Chief) February 2, 2020