Eighteen-year-old Darron Robinson was jailed on a charge of aggravated assault of a public servant and evading arrest, as well as the robbery that initially triggered the chase.
Police say Robinson, of Mesquite, pointed a gun at a plain-clothes officer who ordered him to drop his weapon. The officer fired, but missed and hit a fence, according to a police report.
Robinson tossed his .40-caliber handgun onto a patio at the apartment complex police chased him through. He was later found hiding under a truck and arrested.
A second suspect, identified as Diamante Lacy, was also arrested on an aggravated robbery charge.
The third person taken into custody was questioned and released.
Update at 5:30 p.m.: Three people are in custody after the shooting, police said.
Just before 3 p.m., covert officers spotted the three, who matched a description of suspects wanted in connection with an armed robbery at a convenience store last week, police said. The suspects fled when the covert officers and other uniformed officers tried to detain them.
Police said one of the fleeing suspects pointed a gun at a covert officer, who drew his weapon and fired. But, he missed.
All three people were arrested. Police said the incident is still under investigation.
Original updated post: No one was injured in an officer-involved shooting Wednesday in Far East Dallas, police said.
An officer fired his weapon at a suspect in the 8900 block of Senate Street, police said. Other than that, there are few details right now. Dallas police spokeswoman Melinda Gutierrez said there is no more information to release right now.