That's when state police say Baumgardt shot Pickett in the head.
A state police spokesperson said the incident began around 9:30 a.m. Friday when Lebanon police officers tried to serve an arrest warrant on a female on Yates St.
Another occupant of the vehicle, 55 year old John Baldwin Sr., fled on foot.
The man accused of fatally shooting a Boone County deputy Friday afternoon is no stranger to the law but does not appear to have any violent charges on his record. Nielsen says Pickett joined the department about three years ago and became a canine officer.
The auto eventually came to a stop and all three occupants fled on foot.
The suspect will be moved from Boone County Jail to another county's facility, Conley said.
When ordered to stop, Baldwin Jr. and two other people got into a silver Ford Focus and fled the scene.
One passenger, Anthony Bumgardt, 21, was wounded by officers.
Police later located a third suspect, John Baldwin Sr., when he turned himself in. Baumgardt was struck by a police bullet, but survived and was listed in stable condition at a nearby hospital.
The Boone County Sheriff's Department put Pickett's cruiser under a tent with portraits of Pickett and his K-9 partner Brick.
Pickett is from Brownsburg, Ind., and graduated from Brownsburg High School. A memorial is being set up Saturday at the Boone County Sheriff's Office.
Pickett also had worked as a jailer for the Marion County sheriff for three years. The district said the situation did not involve any activity inside the schools but no one was be allowed in or out until police gave the all clear.
All Boone County government offices are closed for the day.