Deputies searching for ‘armed and dangerous’ man in Browns Summit, one man arrested

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Update: One of the two men has been arrested Tuesday afternoon. Deputies are still searching for the second man.

Deputies are searching Tuesday for two "armed and dangerous" men on the run in the Browns Summit area of Guilford County, according to the Guilford County Sheriff's Office.

The incident started as a robbery in Greensboro Monday night, and led to woman being carjacked, followed by a chase overnight. The car was stolen from a parking lot on Grovecrest Way in Greensboro.

The chase ended at the dead-end of Marchwood Drive, where the suspects exited the stolen vehicle and fired shots at the deputy and fled into a wooded area. The deputy, who was not injured, fired back.

One suspect was spotted by a neighbor Tuesday morning, which leads police to believe the two men have split up.

Browns Summit Middle School and Monticello-Brown Summit Elementary School are "sheltering in place," according to Guilford County Schools spokeswoman Tina Firesheets. Students are free to move about classrooms, but not leave the building.

Deputies are telling people in the Browns Summit area to stay in their homes and lock their doors.

Authorities are asking anyone who sees something or someone suspicious to call 911 immediately.