Police: 19-Year-Old 'High On Acid' Fires Shots At Edmond Officers
EDMOND, Oklahoma - The Edmond Police Department has identified the suspect accused of firing shots at Edmond and University of Central Oklahoma police officers Saturday.
Authorities said neighbors called 911 on 19-year-old Jackson Morris for causing a disturbance in the 100 block of E. Edwards, near the UCO campus.
When officers arrived Morris reportedly dove through a glass window at his home. Police said Morris then got a gun and started shooting out of the front window of the house towards police.
According to the suspects girlfriend and friend he was reportedly "high on acid."
Morris was arrested and taken to the hospital for his injuries.
A UCO officer was also taken to the hospital for injuries sustained while diving to avoid gun fire.
Morris is no longer in jail, according to police.