PHOENIX (AP) -- Authorities have released the name of a teenager who was fatally shot by an Arizona Department of Public Safety officer.
Phoenix police say 15-year-old Alexander Wilson was wanted on a felony warrant for armed robbery.
They say a DPS officer ran a license plate on a vehicle in west Phoenix about 9:30 p.m. Sunday and learned it was reported stolen Friday.
The vehicle pulled into a gas station and the DPS officer told the driver and his passenger to exit the car.
Police say the driver instead revved the engines and allegedly drove at the 31-year-old DPS officer, who fired once.
The driver was declared dead at the scene while his 18-year-old passenger fled the scene and turned himself in to police early Monday. His name hasn't been released yet.