Lebanon Police Department officers were searching for Hillary Williams, who had an active arrest warrant for residential entry, at an apartment complex on Yates Street.
They did not locate her but they did find John D. Baldwin Jr., 28, who also had an active arrest warrant for violation of probation for possession of a syringe.
When Baldwin Jr. was ordered to stop, he and two other people got into a silver Ford Focus and fled the scene.
Officers began to chase the Focus through the streets of Lebanon and were joined in their pursuit by Boone County Sheriff's Deputy Jacob Pickett. Dep. Pickett had been at a school when he responded to the chase underway.
The Focus came to a stop around 9:30 a.m. on Indian Springs Road and people in the car took off on foot. Dep. Pickett was shot during that chase.
Two other suspects, John D. Baldwin Sr., 55, and John D. Baldwin Jr., 28, both fled after the shooting. Baldwin Jr. got back into the Ford Focus and was arrested a short time later after a wrong-way pursuit on I-65. Baldwin Sr. was arrested after a foot pursuit with police.
The accused shooter, identified as Anthony Baumgardt, 21, was wounded
Dep. Jacob Pickett was taken to St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. Here you can see all the law enforcement vehicles outside the hospital.
At least one law enforcement officer at St. Vincent was there with a K9.
Dep. Pickett was a K9 officer.
Flowers with 'thin blue line' tape left outside the Boone County Sheriff's Office in Dep. Pickett's memory
If you would like to leave flowers, a card, etc., Dep. Jacob Pickett's patrol car will be parked outside the Boone Co. Sheriff's office (1905 Indianapolis Ave., Lebanon) starting Saturday through his funeral.
Dep. Pickett with his K9 named Brik. Pickett joined the Boone County Sheriff's Office in 2015
Dep. Jacob Pickett was 34 years old. He leaves behind a wife and two sons, ages 3 and 4