Rochester, N.Y. - Authorities say they've charged a 16-year-old boy with attempted murder after he fired a gun at a western New York police officer.
The Rochester Police Department says the officer was checking out reports of multiple shots fired Sunday afternoon in a neighborhood on the city's northwest side.
Officials say the officer spotted a possible suspect and approached the person. Police say the person fired a shot near the officer and then ran off. The officer, who wasn't hit, chased the suspect on foot.
Police caught the 16-year-old boy soon after and charged him with attempted second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon.
He's scheduled to be arraigned Monday morning in Rochester City Court.