PHOENIX - Authorities say a suspect was shot after firing on deputies who were serving a search warrant in the North Valley Thursday morning.
Maricopa County Sheriff's Sgt. Brandon Jones said deputies were serving a search warrant at a home near 51st Avenue and Bell Road when the suspect fired shots.
Deputies fired back, striking the suspect in the shoulder.
Jonathan Jacobs with the Phoenix Fire Department said in a statement that the operation was a joint effort between Glendale, MCSO and the Phoenix Fire Department.
Jacobs said the suspect is an approximately 57-year-old male who was taken to a local hospital.
Jones said the suspect's injury was not life-threatening.
Jones said no deputies were injured.
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