11:38 AM: Police detained one person and were seeking two others early this morning after a suspect shot at a plainclothes San Francisco police officer on U.S. Highway 101, a police spokesman said.
The officer was driving south on the highway in an unmarked car at about 1:30 a.m. when someone in 1990 Buick fired at him, police said.
The officer was not injured, and police pursued the suspect vehicle, which contained three people, Officer Albie Esparza said.
The car exited the highway at Cesar Chavez Street and headed north on Potrero Avenue, then made a left onto 25th Street, police said.
All three exited the car in the 2500 block of Bryant Street, where one suspect was taken into custody, police said.
Police set up a perimeter and searched for the two other suspects, but did not immediately find them. The search was called off shortly before 4 a.m.
4:22 AM: Police have detained one suspect in an officer-involved shooting in San Francisco’s Mission District early this morning.
Police have set up a perimeter and are searching for two additional suspects, police said.
At about 1:30 a.m., a San Francisco police officer was shot at multiple times from a moving vehicle that had three possible suspects inside.
The officer avoided being in the line of fire, police said.
The officer pursued the suspect vehicle and three suspects jumped from the vehicle in the 2500 block of Bryant Street, which is near 23rd street, police said.
The officer captured and arrested one suspect, police said.
A perimeter has been established in the surrounding area as officers search for the possible remaining two suspects, police said.
No injuries are reported at this time.
Hannah Albarazi, Bay City News