Suspect arrested after Tucson trooper-involved shooting
TUCSON, Ariz. (13 News) - The Arizona Department of Public Safety is releasing new information about a trooper-involved shooting in Tucson that happened early Thursday, Nov. 9.
DPS said a trooper tried to stop a vehicle for a traffic violation on Interstate 10 near milepost 261.
DPS says the driver, identified as Mikeldon Edmond Bradley of Tucson, would not stop and a pursuit started. The chase was called off a short time later.
DPS says troopers found out the vehicle was stolen a short time later and eventually took the 23-year-old Bradley into custody.
Bradley was taken to a local hospital for a dog bite injury and now faces charges of aggravated assault, vehicle theft and unlawful flight from law enforcement.
DPS said neither the trooper nor Bradley were injured from the shooting. DPS also did not say who shot.
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