COLUMBUS, Ohio — A man is in custody after officers responded to someone firing shots at a Columbus Division of Police substation on Wednesday.
According to Columbus Division of Police Sgt. James Fuqua, officers were inside the substation on East Woodrow Avenue when they heard a "deliberate" shot being fired into the building.
Fuqua said police went outside in time to see the suspected shooter drive away, then turn around and head back to fire more shots at the substation. Court documents have since identified that suspect as 33-year-old Kaleb Queen.
Police got into cars and proceeded to pursue Queen north on Parsons and throughout German Village before the chase came to an end. At some point, Fuqua said Queen struck a bystander's vehicle with gunshots.
Ultimately, Queen was taken into custody and no one was injured in the process Fuqua said. He added no gunshots were exchanged between Queen and police.
A firearm was reportedly found with Queen during the arrest. He is charged with felonious assault and discharge of a firearm near a prohibited premises.
The circumstances surrounding the incident are under investigation.