Authorities: Man, 72, Shot by Kuna Police
KUNA, Idaho (AP) — Authorities say a 72-year-old Melba man is being treated for gunshot wounds after police allege that he exchanged gunfire with police officers.
According to the Ada County Sheriff's office, deputies began pursuing a man who was driving erratically in Canyon County. Kuna police officers then took over the pursuit when the man — who has not yet been identified — crossed into Ada County.
Law enforcement officials say police shot the man after he stopped his car and a pointed a gun at three officers.
The officers were identified as Wes Bunnell, Vishal Sahni, and Nolan Zorn. This is the first officer-involved shooting for all three.
No further information was immediately released, including if the man fired his gun.