A teen's two day crime spree -- which left four people injured, including two ATF agents -- ended Thursday night when he was fatally shot by police.
Henry Jackson, 19, was killed at 9:30 p.m. after he exchanged fire with authorities in Oklahoma, CNN reports.
The ordeal began Wednesday, when a 19-year-old woman called police to say that she was shot in the arm.
CBS Sherman, Texas affiliate KXII-TV cites police as saying Jackson shot a 19-year-old woman as she was leaving her Ardmore home Wednesday night. They say she was in the back seat of a friend's car when Jackson approached wearing a black hoodie and ski mask and knocked on the window before shooting her in the arm. She was taken to a hospital in good condition.
On Thursday, police say Jackson struck again, this time shooting a man in the hip. Police said the suspect was "armed and very dangerous," according to NBC News.
Later that evening, Jackson opened fire on two Bureau of Alcochol, Tobacco and Firearms agents who happened to be in the area and recognized Jackson's vehicle. The suspect injured both agents.
Finally, officers searching for Jackson located him in a in a silver Ford Taurus. The officers chased Jackson, who shot at them. Police returned fire, hitting Jackson several times. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
None of the injuries sustained by victims are considered life-threatening.