UPDATE – 12:40 p.m.
Pulaski town officials say Brown is still at large, and it remains an active situation.
Multiple gunshots have been heard but it isn’t known who fired them, officials say.
No law enforcement personnel have fired weapons and no injuries are known of, according to Pulaski officials.
Officials say to keep sheltering in place and to avoid the area of Valley Street over to Draper Mountain Lookout. They say traffic is not being allowed to cross the mountain at this time.
The Pulaski Police Department is searching for an armed and dangerous man who allegedly stole a police vehicle and tried to run over two police officers.
Authorities told 10 News that Jerrod Celablee Brown crashed the vehicle and stole guns from inside of it before running away.
Officials say the incident happened on Valley Street.
The police department is advising that all residents in Southside shelter in place. If you see the subject, do not approach him, and instead, call 911.
Several Pulaski County schools have moved to a “Shelter in Place” as officers continue to look for the man involved in the incident.
We currently have a crew en route to the scene to learn more. Stay with 10 News as this breaking news story develops
Source: WSLS News 10