COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (KMTV) — An officer-involved shooting is under investigation by the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation.
Authorities said officers with the Iowa Department of Corrections' 4th Judicial District's High-Risk Unit were searching for Kelsey Hanna and Brandon Hines following parole warrants.
Shortly after 1 p.m. Friday, officers said they saw Hines and Hanna leave a house and enter a black Ford SUV near 27th and Avenue G in Council Bluffs.
Officers said as they approached the SUV, Hines put the car in reverse and backed into an officer's vehicle. Officers said Hines then put the SUV in drive and drove and towards and struck one of the officers.
One of the officers fired his service weapon and struck Hines, who authorities said then fled before being apprehended in Omaha a short time later by the Nebraska State Patrol.
Hines was transported to the University of Nebraska Medical Center where he is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Hanna was arrested without incident.
Per 4th Judicial District policy, the officer involved in the shooting has been placed on administrative leave.