COPENHAGEN, Denmark – Police say they have arrested an armed Danish man following a Copenhagen shootout during which two police officers, a bystander and the gunman were wounded.
The trouble started Wednesday night in Copenhagen's easygoing Christiania neighborhood, where illegal hashish is sold openly.
Police say the assailant pulled a gun when police tried to arrest him and shot one uniformed officer in the head, seriously wounding him. A second plainclothes officer was shot in the leg and a bystander in the thigh as the attacker initially escaped.
Police say they tracked down the attacker in another part of the Danish capital and subdued the suspect with a gunshot early Thursday.
Police provided no details of the gunman's injuries or why they were trying to arrest him in the first place.