BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) — Multiple agencies were responding to an officer-involved shooting and carjacking incident on Thursday morning.

The Broomfield Police Department was investigating a road rage and carjacking that happened around 6 a.m. near the intersection of U.S. 36 and Wadsworth Boulevard.

Initial reports suggest two people were involved in a road rage incident in the area, and when they stopped near the intersection at least one of the parties took out a gun and stole a truck from a bystander.

Authorities were put on alert for the suspect and their vehicle.

About an hour later the Boulder Police Department received reports that a vehicle was driving erratically on Pearl Street.

The suspect pulled out a gun and officers fired their weapons at him, according to Boulder Police.

Boulder officers were able to stop the suspect’s vehicle with their own patrol vehicles, take the suspect into custody, and recover the firearm.

Table Mesa between Tantra and the U.S. 36 exit to Denver were shut down for several hours during this investigation, according to Boulder Police.

The suspect was not hit and no one was injured in this incident.

UPDATE: The suspect has been identified as Trenton Dunham.

Trent Dunham mug shot from April 2022. Credit: Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, 5/13/2022.

This mugshot is not from the current carjacking case.