Springfield police arrest suspect who shot at officers early Monday morning


SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Springfield Police have located and arrested the man who shot at officers around 2 am Monday morning.

According to police around 2 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 20, two officers noticed a van parked outside a Fast N’ Friendly gas station on North Kansas Expressway. 

Officers approached the car after finding out the driver had outstanding warrants. 

According to police, when officers got to the car, Willaims pulled out a gun and began shooting.  

Springfield police responded to a residence located on Lyon Ave to search for a suspect involved in an overnight shooting.  

The house on Lyon Avenue was one of two addresses police searched for the suspect, 29- year-old Talon Williams.  

According to a tweet from Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams, the suspect was found and arrested around 4 pm.


This is a developing story.  

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