DPS: Suspect in custody after trooper shot, standoff in Frisco

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A 15-hour standoff outside a Frisco apartment building is over after a suspect shot a DPS Trooper and refused to pull over.

A DPS spokesperson said the suspect, 42-year-old Bryan M. Cahill, was taken into custody around 5:05 a.m. on Saturday. 

The suspect was located inside an apartment complex in the 6800 block of Lebanon Road and negotiators worked throughout the night to convince him to give up. 

DPS says during the standoff, Cahill fired mulitple rounds at officers as they attempted to arrest him. 

Cahill was also taken to an area hospital for treatment of serious injuries, according to officials. When he is released, he will be taken to Collin County Jail and charged with aggravated assault on police officer. 

A DPS spokesperson said a Highway Patrol Trooper tried to pull over a car for a traffic violation on the Dallas North Tollway near Spring Creek around 2:15 p.m. on Friday.

However, the driver refused to pull over and sped off until he took the Lebanon Road exit and pulled into the La Valencia at Starwood Apartments.

Authorities say at some point at the apartment complex, the suspect stopped and shot the DPS Trooper. He was taken to a local hospital by a Frisco police officer.

DPS says the trooper was stable when he went to the hospital. He is now recovering after a successful surgery.

There were multiple agencies involved in this investigation including including Frisco Police, McKinney

Police, Richardson Police, Plano Police, Little Elm Police, the FBI and more.

Crime scene technicians will be working at the apartment complex throughout the day on Saturday. 

Authorities are asking residents to be patient as their investigation continues. 

Texas Rangers are now the lead agency.