By Steve Large

TURLOCK (CBS13) — After one suspect was arrested after shooting an officer, the Stanislaus Sheriff’s Office originally thought that there may have been a second unknown suspect involved. However, at this point in the investigation, they believe that the suspect in custody was the only one.

This shooting occurred in Turlock Thursday evening, and the suspect has been identified as Henry Moreno Arroyo, a 40-year-old resident of Turlock.

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According to the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office, the officer was shot but is expected to be OK. In a news conference Thursday night, Turlock police said it was a California Highway Patrol officer who was shot.

The situation was unfolding in the area of Lane and High streets. The sheriff’s office said a deputy with an auto theft task force had put out a call for help. Multiple agencies are a part of the task force.

Turlock police said the incident stemmed from a freeway shooting that happened Wednesday evening. Authorities located the suspect Thursday along High Street, and that suspect opened fire on law enforcement as they approached him.

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Authorities returned fire, and the suspect fled on foot. Moments later, a second armed suspect began firing at law enforcement, leaving the CHP officer with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound.

Turlock police set up a 10-city-block perimeter searching for the gunman. People who were outside of the perimeter when it was set up were not allowed to return inside to get to their homes.

Turlock police said a pursuit of the suspects led to the initial suspect being arrested. He was not injured or identified.

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According to the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office, “At this time, there is no indication that anyone else involved in this incident is outstanding.”