Scottsdale, AZ – The suspect accused of shooting a Phoenix police officer was arrested Sunday night following a standoff at a Scottsdale residence, according to police.
Police negotiated with Cowan for several hours before he ultimately surrendered at approximately 7:45 p.m., according to KTVK.
He was found to be suffering from a gunshot wound that investigators believed he received during a shootout with Phoenix Police Department (PPD) officers on April 14, KTVK reported.
Earlier, when the officers began approaching him, Cowan allegedly pulled out a gun and opened fire on them from inside his vehicle, hitting a female officer, according to police.
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