What you need to know about the Greeley shooting and other recent cases
Greeley, CO – Greeley police officers responded to a domestic disturbance call at about 11:45 p.m. on Wednesday, September 26, 2016.
Officers spotted a man with a handgun who was “acting like a maniac” and asked him to drop the weapon.
The man complied, but did not surrender.
At that point, officers approached the man again, and he ran from the scene and into a nearby apartment.
The officers ordered the man to drop his weapon and to stop resisting, but the man refused to comply and continued to fire shots.
One of the officers fired several rounds into the air, hitting the man, and the other officer fired at least five shots, hitting him in the abdomen.
At least two of the shots struck the victim in the neck.
Officers fired two more rounds at the man and he was taken to a hospital for treatment.
Officers did not immediately identify the suspect or the injured man.
The incident remains under investigation.
According to Greeley Police Department, the man was cooperative with officers, and did not resist.
No officers were injured.
Greeley PD has released few details about the case.
The shooting occurred at an apartment complex off Highway 93, which is just west of Greeley.
Police said they responded to the scene because of an assault on a male that occurred at a Greeley gas station.
The male suffered minor injuries.
Police have not released the identity of the injured person or the suspect.
Police are still investigating the circumstances surrounding the shooting.
Police say the man’s condition is unknown.
Police will release more information about the shooting in the coming days.