Suspect in custody after officer-involved shooting near Whole Foods in Frisco
At about 7:30 p.m. officers with the Frisco Police Department responded to a call regarding a person acting “erratically” at the Whole Foods Market in Frisco, according to a statement from the town.
Police made contact with the person in the parking lot, where a Frisco officer was involved in a shooting. No officers were injured.
“With the suspect in custody, there is no current threat to the community regarding this incident,” said Frisco police chief Tom Wickman.***The Frisco Police Department is currently on scene of an officer-involved shooting near Whole Foods Market in Frisco, said Frisco spokeswoman Vanessa Agee.Details surrounding the shooting are scarce. However, Agee said that a suspect has been taken into custody. Brent Boyer, a spokesman for St. Anthony Summit Medical Center, confirmed that a patient was brought to the hospital with a gunshot wound, but couldn’t provide any further details.The investigation has been taken over by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.This story will be updated as more details become available.
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