The search for a drive-by shooting suspect turned violent in Yakima, Wash., on Thursday when gunfire broke out, wounding a corrections officer and setting off a 90-minute standoff punctuated by occasional gunshots fired from inside a home containing the suspect, reports the Yakima Herald.

The state Department of Corrections officer, who was serving on a violent crimes task force, suffered a grazing wound, Yakima police spokesman Mike Bastinelli said. She was treated at a local hospital and released later in the afternoon.

"In light of what we have been seeing around the country, this is a relief," Bastinelli said, referring to recent fatal shootings of police officers in Illinois and Texas.