Big Island police are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Hilo that happened Monday.
South Hilo Patrol officers say shortly before 11:30 a.m. they responded to a report of a domestic incident involving a pink SUV in the Pana'ewa area.
The officers located the SUV, but the driver fled when officers attempted to contact him. The driver was followed it to Stainback Highway, where he turned around on a side road and drove recklessly toward two officers.
In response, three shots were fired toward the SUV as it continued down Stainback Highway. Then the driver stopped a short distance later and fled into some bushes.
Police later identified the driver as 38-year-old Riley Asuncion of P?hoa. He was arrested on suspicion of terroristic threatening and taken to Hilo Medical Center, where he remains in stable condition with a non-lethal injury to his torso.
No other persons were found in the vehicle at the time of the shooting, but officers say the 30-year old female victim of the reported domestic incident had exited the SUV before officers began following it. She was later located in Hilo.
There were no reports of severe injury to the officers.