After law enforcement responded to the call, the chase began.
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During the incident, the suspect — later identified as Cottrill — fired at officers and officers fired back, Robinson said.
No one was injured during the incident and the pursuit ended when Cottrill crashed into a tree near Burkhardt and South Garland avenues before escaping into the woods, according to initial reports.
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At least a dozen police cruisers and an ATF agent responded, staying in the area for several hours afterward.
Cottrill was seen being loaded into an ambulance and taken from the scene.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office took over the investigation.
It is not clear whether any Riverside police officers involved in the incident are on administrative leave, which is typical in a case involving the firing of a service weapon.
Police chase suspect; suspect crashes in woods