State authorities are currently looking into an officer-involved shooting at Pinnacle Mountain State Park.
Arkansas State Police spokesman Bill Sadler said that state troopers were called to assist in an investigation into a shooting that reportedly involved State Park Rangers.
Authorities say at 3:15 p.m., rangers were surveying an area that, watching for potential car burglaries when they heard glass breaking in their vicinity.
When rangers responded to the area, finding a black pick-up truck with three black males inside. The rangers, guns drawn, attempted to apprehend the suspects when the driver of the vehicle put the car in motion towards the rangers, striking one of them in the arm. His injuries are believed to be minor.
The second ranger fired one shot into the truck before it turned onto Pinnacle Valley Road, but struck a tree shortly after. It was unclear whether the gunshot struck anyone in the vehicle.
The driver of the vehicle got out and fled to a nearby state park service area, grabbed the keys to a state park service vehicle and stole it.
The other two suspects in the incident were arrested at the scene.
Authorities are looking for the vehicle, a white Ford F-150 pick-up truck with the license plate 225-PSM. The truck also has a state parks decal on the side door. The suspect is not believed to be in the area at this time.
Read more about this story in tomorrow's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.