(KTXL) — Police are investigating a shooting that involved an officer that occurred in North Sacramento Thursday morning, according to the Sacramento Police Department. 

Police said that Wednesday morning a masked suspect had stolen a vehicle in the 100 block of Stanford Avenue in North Sacramento. Then, on Thursday morning, officers found the stolen car near Cantalier Street and Baseball Alley.

When the officer approached the vehicle, they found a person inside it. 

Police said the officer asked the suspect to leave the car, however, the suspect ignored all of the officer’s orders. According to police, the officer used a stun gun multiple times on the suspect, but it was unsuccessful. 

Additional officers arrived at the scene in order to help detain the suspect, but the suspect began driving the vehicle in an attempt to flee. 

Police said, while attempting to flee, an officer was still in the door frame of the car. The suspect hit another officer and his vehicle which resulted in an injury. That officer was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for his injuries and later released.

According to police, the suspect hit a second patrol vehicle and then reversed and hit a third patrol vehicle. Police said two officers then shot their guns and hit the suspect at least once. 

According to police, after the shooting, the suspect fled the scene in the car and was found in the 500 block of Las Palmas Avenue.

The suspect was then taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Police identified the suspect as 32-year-old Clayton Freeman. He will be taken to the Sacramento County Main Jail once he is released from the hospital.