A detective wounded a man who pointed a gun at him during a Queens foot pursuit, police said.
Tasheen Walker was being sought by police in connection with an Easter Sunday shooting near a McDonald's at 216-07 Linden Blvd. in Cambria Heights, according to cops.
Investigators were able to identify Walker from surveillance video at that locations, sources told DNAinfo.
Twelve days later, detectives from the 105th Precincts Squad spotted Walker sitting in a car on 222nd Street in Queens Village, police said.
When they approached the car, Walker got out and bolted and the detectives ran after him, police said.
When Walker neared his home at 95-20 222nd St., he allegedly reached into his waistband, whirled and pointed his gun at the detectives.
One of the cops fired, striking Walker in the left torso, police said.
He was taken North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset in stable condition.
Three detectives were treated at Long Island Jewish Hospital for trauma and minor injuries.
Sources said Walker has an extensive criminal history and prison records show him serving three stretches upstate.