UPDATE: FOX 42 reporter Nicole Ebat confirms more than one shot was fired. She also reports that the incident is officially an "officer involved shooting", and that a Douglas County Sheriff's Deputy shot the suspect, Lance Wetzel.
OMAHA (KPTM) - Omaha police surrounded the car of a man they were looking for in connection with a domestic violence complaint Monday morning at about 9am.
Officers tried to pull Lance Wetzel over. At first, he did not stop, but then stopped on Franklin Street near 141st Avenue.
Police say he refused to leave his car for nearly three hours, and held a shotgun to his neck.
Several houses were evacuated and Ezra Millard Elementary School was locked down. School is not in session, but there are a couple of people working there.
A police negotiator talked to Wetzel, and snipers were also put into place in home nearby.
Shortly after 11:30am, FOX 42 reporter Nicole Ebat says two gunshots were heard coming from the car, and the man was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound.
Officers say his car matched the description of one wanted after a domestic violence situation was reported earlier.
Wetzel was wanted on a warrant for an illegal weapon. It was served three days ago.
Fox 42 has learned that Wetzel's wife filed a protection order against him in the last year. In October, he was charged twice with violating those. He pleaded not guilty and served probation and time in jail. In May, he was arrested on a gun charge.
Stay tuned to KPTM.com for updates.
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