"The suspect fled the scene in a vehicle".
The suspect then left and another standoff started, which resulted in the third officer being shot and injured.
According to Kansas City Star report, police gunned down the suspected assailant of Sharath on Sunday evening.
"Around 3:30, our president got this information that the shooter got killed and that's when we also heard about the three officers that got shot", Singh said.
The 25-year-old Koppu was a master's degree student from India who was studying at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
They were surveilling a person of interest in the homicide that happened in the 5400 block of Prospect, in which UMKC student Sharath Koppu was killed.
The third officer struck by gunfire is in stable condition at this time. But Subramanian says many in the local community do not trust the press in India because they tend to sensationalize and misstate facts. The suspect in those shootings is dead.
Police had been looking for the man all week, Kansas City police Chief Rick Smith told reporters in a video posted online by KCTV. "This is the first time we laid eyes on him".
The three officers' wounds were not life-threatening.
Shortly before 1 p.m., witnesses reported a barrage of gunshots near the area police were searching.
It was a tense afternoon at the scene where the suspect died, with a almost seven-hour standoff coming to an end after officers successfully entered a house where they found the suspect. He was shot and taken into custody.
During that, one additional officer was hit by gunfire there and was also taken to the hospital.
"There has been an officer involved shooting in the area of 40 hwy and Manchester".
According to the KC Police twitter feed, "Approximately 12:15 pm undercover and tactical officers were conducting an ongoing investigation at 8300 E 40 hwy". Mack allegedly ran from the vehicle, barricaded himself in a home in the area and fired on officers as they approached the residence, Smith said.