New Mexico Police say 1 injured after separate shootings
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico State Police say officers were involved in separate Albuquerque shootings within a one-hour span, and one suspect was injured.
State Police Chief Tim Johnson said an officer fired at a stolen vehicle Thursday night after the driver fled an attempted traffic stop and led police on a pursuit before coming to a stop in southwest Albuquerque.
Johnson said the driver appears to have a gunshot wound to his right shoulder.
No officers were injured in that shooting.
Police had said suspects fled on foot.
Johnson said a suspect was captured and two others were detained.
Johnson also said an officer fired shots in a separate chase in northeast Albuquerque, and authorities are looking for those suspects.
An officer who crashed during the chase has a shoulder injury.