ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Police Department says the man at the center of a SWAT situation and shooting in southeast Albuquerque has been apprehended. 33-year-old Kevin Trujillo is now at the Metro Detention Center (MDC).

APD Chief Harold Medina says at around 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday night, officers were sent to the area of San Pedro and Anderson, north of Gibson, for a shot spotter activation. Police say officers were involved in an exchange of gunfire when they arrived on the scene, and Trujillo was wounded in the exchange. Chief Medina says Trujillo fled on foot and hid in the area after the shooting.

Officers were able to find Trujillo and he was taken to the hospital for his injuries. Trujillo was released from the hospital today, Wednesday, May 11, and booked into the MDC. No officers were hurt in the incident.

Chief Medina says Trujillo had a felony warrant out for his arrest for an auto theft. Medina also says the man’s mother later informed police he may have been having a mental health episode that began earlier in the day.