UPDATE: THURSDAY 5/18/2023 8:04 p.m.
(MONUMENT, Colo.) — A domestic disturbance turned into an officer-involved shooting in Monument on Thursday.
According to CSPD, around 1:28 p.m., Monument police were called to a reported domestic disturbance on Lapis Court, just south of Highway 105 in Monument, east of Jackson Creek. The disturbance occurred when a gun was fired at the home.
CSPD said before officers arrived, the suspect ran from the scene, but was quickly located on Quarry Lane, near the intersection of Knollwood Drive. Officers ordered the suspect to drop his gun, but the suspect ignored those commands.
At that time, an officer with Monument Police Department fired their weapon, but the shot did not hit anyone. No one was injured, and the suspect was taken into custody on an arrest warrant for minor traffic offenses.
CSPD said more charges will be pending for the suspect as a result of Thursday’s incident.
UPDATE: THURSDAY 5/18/2023 5:32 p.m.
In an update on the scene, CSPD said no one was injured or killed in the shooting involving officers in Monument on Thursday.
CSPD said the incident was related to a warrant for a man in the area, and shots were fired. The suspect is in custody, CSPD said.
ORIGINAL STORY: CSPD investigating officer-involved shooting in Monument
THURSDAY 5/18/2023 3:24 p.m.
Detectives with the Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD) are responding as the lead investigative agency for an officer-involved shooting in Monument.
CSPD tweeted about the incident shortly after 3:00 p.m. and said officers with the Monument Police Department were involved in a shooting near Knollwood Drive and Quarry Way, in a neighborhood southeast of I-25 and Highway 105.
CSPD said this is an ongoing investigation, though police said there is currently no threat to the public.
FOX21 News has a crew on the way to the scene and will provide updates as more information becomes available.