A man was arrested after allegedly shooting at officers in Costa Mesa Tuesday, police said.
The incident occurred around 3:43 p.m. near the intersection of Orange Avenue and Palmer Street after officers responded to a call of a possible suicidal person armed with a handgun, the Costa Mesa Police Department said.
Steven Taylor Fernandez, 26, of San Diego, allegedly fired several shots at officers as he fled on foot, with police returning fire.
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Neither the officer nor the suspect were struck by gunfire, according to Costa Mesa police.
Fernandez allegedly fled to a garage in the 200 block of Knox Place, where he shot at a resident, police said. The suspect was surrounded and police were negotiating when Fernandez displayed a weapon and was subsequently shot, police said.
Fernandez is expected to survive and two handguns were recovered, police said.