|Updated: 3/21 11:02 pm
||Published: 3/21 3:43 pm
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Little Rock Police say a man tried to run them over Thursday afternoon, prompting officers to shoot at him.
Investigators say they did not hit Randy Crook, but he took off into the woods of the Brodie Creek community.
Police say the suspect was wanted on a felony warrant and they got information showing he would be in the area. So they went after him.
Once they arrived, police say Crook tried to hit them driving a stolen car. So they fired at him, hoping to stop Crook.
He did get away for a brief time, causing a manhunt. Arkansas State Police also sent a helicopter to assist.
Officers later arrested Crook on Woodsgate Drive.
The Little Rock Police Department says it's also investigating two other shootings that happened this afternoon near 36th & Potter and at 28th & Van Buren.