FRISCO, Colo. (CBS4)– Authorities have released the name of the suspect who was involved in Monday’s shooting with Frisco police officers. He has been identified as Derek Perry Baker, 33.

The shooting happened at the Whole Foods parking lot on Lusher Court. Baker was shot in the arm and rushed to the hospital where he was treated and released into police custody.

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Police took Baker into custody and booked him into jail after the shooting. Initial calls to 911 stated there was someone acting erratically in the store.

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Town of Frisco Police Chief Tom Wickman stated in a media release, “With the suspect in police custody, there is no current threat to the community regarding this incident.”

No officers were hurt in the shooting but it does appear that Baker may have been trying to run down officers with a vehicle.

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The female police officer who shot at Baker has been placed on leave per standard procedure. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is investigating.