El Paso — UPDATE: Three El Paso Police Officers involved in an officer-involved shooting worked for Central Regional Command and are between 4 and 8 year veterans of the force.
Police have not released their names.
Border patrol officials have also not released information about the agent involved.
One of the officers tried to stop Daniel Myers Friday morning. He refused and led them on a chase. Police said Myers jumped out of the car and started shooting at them. The three police officers and border patrol agent fired back, killing him.
Troopers in Barry County, Michigan said 47-year-old Myers was wanted for two counts of armed robbery, habitual offender and felony firearms. In January, officers said he allegedly robbed an 81-year-old woman at gunpoint. Troopers had been looking for Myers for the past month.
A suspect is now dead after police said that suspect attempted to shoot at them. All this prompted officials to close down Paisano at Executive all the way to Santa Fe Friday morning.
Police said it all began a little before 3 a.m. Friday. They said the suspect was wanted in Michigan for aggravated robbery. Officers tell us the suspect fled and led police on a high speed chase on I-10 near Executive then fled on foot near Paisano and Executive.
That is when police tell us he fired at officers. Police said three officers and one Border Patrol agent fired back, killing the suspect.
Police said FBI, Texas Rangers, and Crimes Against Persons are assisting with this investigation. Officers who were involved will be placed on administrative leave until the investigation is complete. No other injuries were reported.