KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The Kansas City, Missouri Police Department has released video after shots were fired at an officer during a chase on Thursday night.
According to the police, an officer saw a car parked in a vacant, overgrown parking lot around 9:30 p.m. without its lights on.
The officer observed the car for a few minutes and then tried to stop it. The driver stopped briefly and then took off again.
As the driver drove away, the people in the car fired numerous rounds at the officer from around 66th and Paseo to 65th and Woodland.
The officer tried to pursue the vehicle and was eventually joined by other officers.
At one point, the chase reached 109 mph.
The chase ended at Truman and Locust, where the police used what is called a "PIT Maneuver."
Officers took a total of three suspect into custody without further incident and they have since been charged.
Darryl Nichols, Michael Fleming, and Ruhwan Johnson each have been charged with on count a felony assault on a law enforcement officer, one count of unlawful use of a weapon, two counts of armed criminal action and one count of resisting a lawful stop.
The police found two handguns and a rifle inside the suspect vehicle.
No one was injured in this incident. You can watch the entire video below.
This is one of three times in 24 hours that local law enforcement has been part of a violent interaction.