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TEXARKANA, TEXAS A suspect shot by a Texarkana, Texas Police officer after he allegedly produced a firearm, has been released from the hospital and booked into the Bi-State jail, according to police.

Timothy Noble, 20, of Texarkana Texas, was booked into jail after he was released from CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital Tuesday night, said Shawn Vaughn, spokesman for TTPD.

Noble was charged with aggravated assault on a public servant, felon in possession of a firearm, and evading detention. Noble also had a misdemeanor warrant for no drivers license. His total bond was set Wednesday at $140,316.

Following a foot pursuit early Monday morning, Noble was shot by a TTPD officer after he produced a firearm in the 2700 block of Robison Road.

The Texas Rangers continue to investigate the shooting. The officer remains on administrative leave.

—From staff reports

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