DescriptionSuspect Arrested Near U.S. Capitol After Officers 'Nearly Struck' By VehicleCheck The Source Here:https://goo.gl/Pqlii8Be a Proud Patriot, Wear Your America T-Shrits: https://goo.gl/XgtvW8In Washington, D.C., U.S. Capitol Police say they have arrested a suspect after an incident Wednesday in which a driver "nearly struck" police officers and shots were fired.The officers observed an "erratic and aggressive" driver near the U.S. Capitol on Independence Avenue and tried to carry out a traffic stop, Capitol Police communications Director Eva Malecki told CNN."While attempting to stop the vehicle on Independence Avenue, the driver negotiated a U-turn and fled the scene, nearly striking officers, and struck at least one other vehicle," she said. "A brief pursuit followed until the vehicle was stopped at Washington and Independence Avenues SW."Shots were fired as the officers were working to arrest the suspect, Malecki told the network, adding that "no individuals were injured during the arrest." It's not clear who fired the shots.Information about the suspect was not immediately released.Additionally, Malecki stated that "although preliminary, this incident appears to be criminal in nature with no nexus to terrorism."The Capitol complex remained open to the public, though Independence Avenue was closed to traffic.