UPDATE: Suspect Shot at Fort Riley Entrance

The Army has provided an update on an incident in which one person was shot during an incident at an entrance gate to Fort Riley.

The military says following the March 20th incident at Trooper gate the civilian Department of the Army Security Guard, a 62-year-old male, remains assigned to administrative duties.

The 22-year-old male civilian suspect who was driving the vehicle that struck the active vehicle barrier was medically released from Irwin Army Community Hospital March 21st.

The Department of the Army Criminal Investigation Division’s investigation is ongoing.

To protect the integrity of the investigation, no further information will be released at this time

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ORIGINAL: One person was shot during a disturbance at an entry gate at Fort Riley Monday morning.

According to the Army, on Monday morning at approximately 6:50 Fort Riley Military Police received a call about an incident at Trooper Gate. The initial report states that the suspect drove through the gate, was stopped by the automatic vehicle barrier, and after the suspect exited the vehicle, the situation escalated, ultimately leading to the suspect being shot by the guards.

The driver of the vehicle is receiving medical attention for non-life-threatening injuries.

The Army Criminal Investigation Division and Fort Riley Military Police are investigating the incident.