PHOENIX — A man has reportedly surrendered after a shooting and barricade situation in Phoenix Tuesday night.
Authorities say around 7:40 p.m., officers responded to a burglary call at a home near 35th Avenue and Thunderbird Road.
The caller said his neighbor entered his home and locked himself in a bathroom. The man then reportedly returned to his own home before officers arrived at the scene.
Officers tried to make contact with the man, who began firing a rifle through his garage door, towards officers. Gunfire struck a parked car and officers took cover.
SHOTS FIRED AT OUR OFFICERS— Phoenix Police (@PhoenixPolice) September 15, 2021
Last night, officers were attempting to talk to a man who was the subject of a 911 call. While trying to talk to the man through his closed garage door, he started shooting. Thankfully, no one was injured and the man was eventually taken into custody. pic.twitter.com/SXy7Kv6M9u
Police say no injuries were reported during the incident.
The house was surrounded and officers negotiated with the man until he peacefully surrendered overnight.
Officers identified the man as 34-year-old Bryan Judy, who was booked into jail on charges including aggravated assault on officers and discharging a firearm within city limits.