TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) -- The Kansas Bureau of Investigation has released the name of the shot by troopers Thursday, along the Kansas Turnpike.
The KBI says 40-year-old Dustin S. Schultz-Bergin, of Olathe, was shot after a chase and confrontation with Kansas Highway Patrol Troopers.
According to the KBI, the shooting happened in northern Chase County, north of the Matfield Green rest stop.
Troopers say around 1:25 p.m. they were involved in a chase that started mile marker 95.
KHP troopers from Troops N and ESU were attempting to locate Schultz-Bergin, who is a wanted suspect, when they came into contact with him at the Matfield Green Service Area on I-35. He fled in a black Nissan Altima heading north.
They were able to use "deflation devices" and forced the car to stop at mile marker 107.
Troopers then had a confrontation with Schultz-Bergin, who was armed, and shot him.
He was taken into custody and then taken to a Wichita hospital. According to a KBI press release, he is in critical condition. No officers were hurt.
KHP says it is typical for the KBI to take over investigations when an officer-involved shooting occurs.