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Man arrested after allegedly shooting at Phoenix police

According to police, Bryan Judy allegedly shot through a garage door in the direction of police, but no one was hurt.

PHOENIX — Phoenix police have arrested a man who investigators said shot at officers Tuesday night.

The suspect, later identified as Bryan Judy, barricaded himself in a home near 35th Avenue and Acoma Drive in north Phoenix before surrendering to police.

According to Phoenix police, Judy broke into a neighbor's house and locked himself in the bathroom. After officers arrived, Judy left and went back to his house. 

The suspect allegedly left his cell phone and officers attempted to return it to Judy. As they were standing outside his home, a series of gunshots were fired from inside Judy's garage. 

No one was hurt during the incident.

Judy was booked into jail on charges of aggravated assault and discharging a firearm within city limits.

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