A convicted felon is accused of shooting at a La Crosse police officer early Tuesday.
Curtis Ross II of La Crosse was being followed by officers around 1:30 a.m., after a complaint about a theft.
When police tried to make contact with the 33 year old, Ross reportedly turned toward one officer and fired a shot. No one was injured.
Law enforcement agencies, including the Wisconsin State Patrol, the La Crosse County Sheriff’s Department, and the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Police Department, formed a perimeter in the area where Ross was seen by a witness.
Ross was captured without further incident.
There were four warrants out for Ross’s arrest, including two from La Crosse County and one federal warrant for a firearm violation.
Ross may make an initial court appearance on Wednesday.