Frisco: Suspect who shot a DPS Trooper and refused to pull over, taken into custody after 15-hour stand-off

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42-year-old Bryan M. Cahill, the suspect who shot a DPS Trooper and refused to pull over was taken into custody after 15-hour standoff outside a Frisco apartment building.
 

According to DPS spokesperson, Bryan M. Cahill was taken into custody today at 5:05 a.m. He was hiding inside an apartment complex in the 6800 blocks of Lebanon Road and officers negotiated with him throughout the night to encourage him to give up. Further reports state that Cahill fired shots at officers multiple times during the negotiation. He had serious injuries so he was rushed to the hospital by the officers. When he is released from the hospital, he will be taken into custody and sent to Collin County Jail with charges of aggravated assault on DPS trooper.
 
Reports state that DPS Highway Patrol Trooper was trying to pull over a car as it violated the traffic rules on the Dallas North Tollway near Spring Creek yesterday around 2:15 p.m. Cahill refused to pull over and increased his speed until he exited Lebanon Road and pulled into the La Valencia at Starwood Apartments.
 
At some point, he stopped and shot DPS Trooper. DPS Trooper was taken to a local hospital by police officers. He is now recovering successfully.

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