Suspect gets away after injuring Fife officer

FIFE — Police are looking at the driver of an SUV who dragged an officer who tried to arrest him at a Fife truck stop and then fired at officers chasing him on I-5.

KOMO-TV reported the officer fired as he was being dragged but missed. The officer was treated for cuts at scratches at a hospital.

The incident began about 1 a.m. Monday with an armed robbery in Fife.

David Woods of Fife police say the officer found the suspect vehicle at Love’s Travel Stop where there was a violent struggle.

The man with a woman passenger fled on I-5. Woods says officers saw muzzle flashes, but no officers were hit by the gunfire.

Officers lost sight of the fleeing SUV in Tacoma.

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