GREEN BAY - It's now believed that a 13-year-old boy fired a gun at authorities in central Wisconsin Wednesday night.
The boy was allegedly with a 15-year-old, when the two stole high-powered rifles, bullets, and a vehicle in Clark County.
Sheriff's deputies tried to stop the vehicle, but officials say the younger boy shot at a squad car with at least one bullet hitting the windshield slightly injuring an officer.
The pursuit continued north into Taylor County where the boys got away.
They then allegedly stole a second vehicle and officers thought they might be headed to Green Bay.
Turns out they were. Green Bay police found their vehicle, then found the suspects, and arrested them at a home on S. Chestnut St. around midnight.
In Clark County, they were happy for Green Bay's help.
“It's just truly amazing the assistance that we're getting here and the willingness to do whatever they can do to help protect the public,” said Clark County Chief Deputy Jim Backus.
It was a Colby-Abbotsford officer who suffered minor injuries during the chase in Clark County.
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