HENDERSON COUNTY, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A man who is accused of trying to murder an East Texas deputy is now in custody.

There was a manhunt Wednesday morning for Jeremy Cook, 39, of Grand Prairie after authorities said he shot a Henderson County deputy during an attempted traffic stop and then fled on a motorcycle. The shooting happened near Berryville.

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The deputy was treated at the hospital and was later released. Authorities said the deputy was shot in his protective vest.

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Authorities said Cook was found in a wooded area near Jacksonville, Texas in Cherokee County. He was arrested and charged with attempted capital murder.

Jeremy Cook mugshot (Credit: Henderson County Jail)

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He is currently being held without bond.