Shots fired near a downtown San Diego parking garage interrupted a marathon with thousands of runners and spectators Sunday afternoon.
A woman with an airsoft gun was taken into custody and a San Diego police officer was hospitalized with what has been described as a self-inflicted wound.
The suspect paces on the top floor of the Civic Center Plaza parking garage before being taken into custody by SDPD.
SDPD officers move toward the top floor of the Civic Center Plaza parking garage where the female suspect was taken into custody.
The weapon the suspect threw from the Civic Center Plaza parking garage down onto A Street, which SDPD Chief David Nisleit said appears to be an airsoft pistol.
The Civic Center Plaza parking garage where a female suspect was taken into custody.
A Chula Vista Police Department officer stands on guard on a downtown street corner.
San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit says the scene is "vary secure" during a news conference following an arrest incident along the Rock 'N Roll Marathon route.
Police block traffic near the route of the Rock 'N Roll Marathon where a female suspect with an airsoft gun was taken into custody.