(PUEBLO, Colo.) -- The manhunt for the "Dougherty Gang" ended Wednesday when the oldest of the siblings, sister Lee Grace Dougherty, was chased through a field until she turned on a pursuing officer with an automatic pistol and allegedly tried to shoot him.
Police say before she could fire, the officer shot her in the leg, ending the brief notoriety of Dougherty and her two brothers.
Lee Dougherty, a 29-year-old stripper, and her two heavily armed brothers, Ryan, 21, and half-brother Dylan Dougherty Stanley, 26, became the focus of a manhunt that stretched from Florida to Colorado over the past week.
During that time, they allegedly fired at a Florida cop and robbed a Georgia bank. They also cleaned out their home arsenal of automatic weapons and sent a text message to their mother with the ominous message, "There's a time for all of us to die."
The trio vanished from sight until they were spotted Tuesday buying camping equipment in Colorado. With police on alert, their vehicle was located Wednesday morning in a campground, but the car was gone by the time police arrived. Cops stumbled across the vehicle at a gas station, prompting a 20-mile car chase along I-25 with speeds that topped 100 mph and one of the Doughertys leaning out of the car to shoot at the police.
The siblings lost control of the car near a construction site. The car rolled and the Doughertys tried to scatter, police said.
Lee Dougherty "left the car and took off running" through a field, Pueblo County Sheriff Kirk Taylor said at a news conference Wednesday. When confronted by an officer who was chasing her, she "turned to chamber a round," Taylor said, but was shot in the leg by the cop before she could fire.
One of the brothers was captured immediately, but the other ran across the highway and towards an area of restaurants and shops where he was found by police.
Police found some powerful weapons in the car including two machine pistols, two AK-47 assault rifles and a handgun.
Police say Lee Dougherty's injury was not serious. No officers were injured.
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