The San Francisco Chronicle reports two deputies responded when a auto wash manager reported an employee was acting strangely and refused to go home after being asked to leave.
The manager told his employee to go home, but he refused to leave, authorities said.
The manager also said the employee appeared to have a BB gun tucked into his waistband, according to sheriff's officials.
A 19-year-old suspect, a worker at the vehicle wash, was arrested. The deputies arrive don scene and saw the employee acting suspicious before he pulled a handgun out and fired at the deputies.
Sonoma County sheriff's deputies arrested a man suspected of shooting a deputy this afternoon.
The two deputies arrived to find the employee standing behind a grey pickup truck in the auto wash line. The deputy was struck in several places on his body, sheriff's officials said. One of the deputies returned fire as the suspect hid behind a pickup truck.
According to Franklin County Sheriff Dallas Baldwin, Deputy Jacob Heaberlin was shot by a suspect during a pursuit, followed by a shootout.
The deputy was taken to Grant Medical Center in critical condition and is in surgery as of 8:05pm, according to sheriff's office PIO Marc Gofstein.