By CBS13 Staff

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A south Sacramento neighborhood was locked down for hours on Sunday after a teenager allegedly exchanged gunfire with police.

Investigators say they got reports of the 19-year-old allegedly pointing a gun at people near Lemon Hill Avenue Sunday morning.

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At one point, a police officer and the teen started shooting at each other – with one bullet narrowly missing the officer’s leg.

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The suspect took off and police searched the area for eight hours.

Police eventually found the 19-year-old hiding inside a trash can and he was arrested.

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On Monday, Sacramento police identified the suspect arrested as Jacob Armada. He has been booked into Sacramento County Jail and is facing two counts of attempted murder of a police officer.