LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A Little Rock man will remain in jail after he was shot by an FBI agent when he reportedly attempted to drive through a line of police vehicles.
According to his defense attorney, Cameron Bryant, 33, suffered a gunshot wound from the incident when he tried to flee at high speed and struck through at least six law enforcement vehicles that were blocking him from leaving a parking lot.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported Bryant is currently facing drug and gun charges from a 2018 indictment and is on parole from the state Department of Corrections.
He is facing a jury trial in January 2021 on charges of possessing methamphetamine and fentanyl with the intent to distribute and possessing firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- An official with FBI Little Rock says the shooting occurred during an FBI-led law enforcement operation on Old Stagecoach, near a Dollar General.
According to officials, the agent was not hurt, but another person was.
Officials say the person was taken to a local hospital.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- An FBI official confirms there was an agent-involved shooting Tuesday afternoon.
An official says it happened on Old Stagecoach in Little Rock.
At this time, they cannot say who was shot.
The official says independent investigators will review the shooting and will turn the case over to prosecutors and the Department of Justice.
- Olympic trap shooter Kayle Browning returns to Arkansas
- Wieber weighs in on Olympic Gymnastics, Simone Biles and possibly facing Suni Lee.
- Four officers who defended U.S. Capitol during Jan. 6 attack have died by suicide
- Arkansas leaders met with healthcare officials to discuss COVID-19 pandemic
- Fearless 40: Greenbrier Panthers