NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) - The Lincoln County Sheriff' and the North Platte Police Department are investigating an officer-involved shooting at Kansas Point campground at Lake Maloney overnight.

North Platte police say deputies responded to the campground around 8 p.m after they learned 37-year-old Aaron Kirts was in the area.

Kirts was wanted for robbery, felony assault, and failing to appear on a second degree trespassing charge. He was spotted in a vehicle with two other people. The driver attempted to flee and lost control of the vehicle and struck a tree. Kirts fled on foot to a nearby wooded area.

Lake Maloney homeowners were advised by law enforcement to lock their doors and put away their vehicle keys after being alerted Kirts could be hiding in the area.

A homeowner southwest of Lake Maloney spotted Kirts and called police, who took him into custody.

As deputies searched the campground area, another vehicle entered the campground. The driver, 32-year-old James J. Mitchell refused to get out of the car after drugs were spotted in the car.

Mitchell struck a deputy with his vehicle as well as a sheriff's patrol vehicle. Mitchell was shot and transported to Great Plains Health. Mitchell has an outstanding warrant for his arrest in Lincoln County, his condition is unknown at this time.