WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (WFLA) — A man was shot by a Winter Haven police officer while allegedly trying to run him over, according to the police department.

Winter Haven police said an officer shot 43-year-old Jason Pickles at the Haven of Lake Deer Apartments on 24th St. N.W. Officers responded to the complex at around 4 a.m. for a report of a woman who was allegedly strangled and shoved into a wall by Pickles.

Pickles left the apartment complex before officers arrived, so they waited for him to return. Officers said Pickles reportedly refused to exit his vehicle and tried to drive away.

Winter Haven police allege Pickles sped through the parking lot towards one of the officers, who then fired his gun. The police department said the officer’s name will not be released due to Marsy’s Law.

Police said Pickles hit another car before leaving the apartment complex. Officers arrested him at Wellington Condominiums on Lake Howard Drive. Pickles had a warrant out for his arrest at the time of the shooting for felony battery, which police said was related to an Oct. 25 incident.

Pickles was taken to Lakeland Regional Health with non-life threatening injuries. No officers were hurt during the incident.

Winter Haven police said the 10th Judicial Circuit’s officer involved shooting team will take over the investigation, with the State Attorney’s Office overseeing it. The officer involved in the shooting will remain on paid administrative leave as Winter Haven police conduct their own internal investigation.