One carjacking suspect is in custody after a Jacksonville Sheriff's officer tried to stop him from fleeing by firing four shots.
Assistant Chief Chris Butler said early Saturday that the 17-year-old suspect was not wounded.
Butler says the officer was responding to the carjacking on Friday when he spotted the car. The officer turned on his lights and sirens, but the driver didn't stop at first.
He later turned abruptly and the car stopped. Butler says the teen then got out, turned around and was told to surrender but turned towards the officer in a "threatening manner" and the officer fired four times.
The teen was not hit. He fled in a wooded area but was later taken into custody.
The carjacking victim told police three men stole her car.