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PD: Armed Meriden man shot by three police officers

MERIDEN --  Police said 41-year-old Ryan Holley is in the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after an officer involved shooting.

Police said just before 10:30 p.m. Thursday, five officers from the Meriden Police Department began following a Buick Century in an unmarked car on West Main Street.

Police said the Buick then drove onto I-691 east. As they merged to get onto Route 15 south, a gun was fired from inside the Buick.

Officer followed the Buick onto East Main Street, and into a CVS parking lot. Holley, the driver of the Buick, then left the car with a gun in his hand. As officers exited their own cars, Holley turned to him. Three officers discharged their guns, striking Holley.

Holley was taken to Hartford Hospital.

There are no reports of any officers injured during the shooting.

State Police are assisting in the investigation.

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