UPDATE: Police shootout suspect turns himself in, was shot at least once

Police are looking for Curtis Brown after he allegedly traded fire with officers on Glass Street.
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The 34-year-old man wanted for exchanging gunfire with Chattanooga police on Monday night turned himself in to authorities today with the help of a local pastor.

Although police initially believed no one was injured in the shootout on Glass Street, Curtis Brown appears to have been shot at least once and perhaps twice, Bishop Kevin Adams at Olivet Baptist Church said.

Police confirmed Brown was shot at least once.

Brown initially ran from police outside a store in the 2400 block of Glass Street just after 11 p.m. Monday, but then picked up a gun and fired at two officers, who returned fire.

The officers were not injured. Brown was shot in the foot and seemed to have been grazed in his side, Adams said.