SOUTH SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Police arrested a man who allegedly shot at a Sacramento police officer on Tuesday in South Sacramento.

The incident happened at 3:15 p.m. when an officer tried to make contact with the suspect in the area of 6633 Valley Hi Drive. He fit the description of an armed robbery suspect from earlier this week, according to Sacramento Police. The suspect ran off, and when the officer gave chase, the suspect allegedly shot at him.

Dozens of police officers searched the area around the shooting while a perimeter was set up around the California Place apartment complex where the suspect was believed to be hiding.

SWAT officers entered the complex, and at around 6:20 p.m., detained the suspect inside of an apartment unit. He was found along with a woman and three children. It’s unknown if the suspect lives at the apartment.

The officer was not injured in the shooting.

A nearby shopping center was evacuated as a precaution.

Comments (4)
  1. The Blogger says:

    Here we go again with South Sacramento.

    It just never ends….

    The code of the street has been violated so many times in the south area.

    You don’t involve the civilians & you don’t shoot at the cops.


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    Southside needs to chill out & call a truce….

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  2. Play13 says:

    Hey everybody, this is the non-violent offender committing another non-violent crime. The federal courts and the state don’t want this misunderstood individual to go to prison. What he need is a paper parole violation from the new county parole office, a hug good bye, and sent on his merry way. If all you think I’m joking about this your wrong. This is going to become a reallity soon for all the counties who only see the dollar signs of state funding for this new B.S. Parole program. The counties can’t even handle the small probation program they had and now taking on the states problem is going to make things better? For who I might ask? Sure in the hell not for me or my family. What did the county go out and build a bunch of new county jails that nobody is aware of. One of two things is going to happen. Either the counties are going to rent back bed space from the state( trust me this is a real reallity) or they are going to have no choice but to paper violate them and let them walk. The criminals out there already know this and that is why they are excited like a kid at chucky cheeses. They know as long as they don’t rape, kidnap, molest, or kill somebody they are not going to go back to prison. So for everything else it’s a free for all. The worst part is that you’re going to see a lot more victimized people out there wanting justice, but there will be no justice to serve because the counties laid off most of there police force. It looks like the liberals won again. WELL GOD BLESS AND KEEP ON WORKING CALIFORNIA BECAUSE THE MILLIONS ON WELFARE ARE COUNTIN ON YOU FOR THEIR PAYCHECKS!

  3. alsangels5 says:

    Play13- Really? People have been commiting crimes for YEARS AND YEARS, they don’t think “oh the jail is crowded so I can do almost anything”. You think they think that way? No, they either think they aren’t going to get caught or so high on something that they aren’t thinking at all. You try to sound like you know what you are talking about, but you don’t.

    As far as welfare, yeah I am not okay with the people who are very able to work and take advantage. However, there are some people who actually need it. I did back in 2000 and was off it within 3 months. But, I don’t get what welfare has to do with this story?

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