The suspect who attempted to flee U.S. deputy marshals and Chicago police trying to serve a narcotics arrest warrant on him Thursday now faces new charges related to his attempt to get away, officials said.

Giovanni Resto, 18, of the 1800 block of North St. Louis Avenue, jumped out of a window, breaking an ankle in the process, and ran into a nearby residence before he was arrested, authorities said. One of the marshals sustained lacerations in the chase, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.

In addition to the earlier drug charges, Resto now has been charged with criminal trespass and aggravated battery to a police officer, police said.

One of the marshals who went to arrest Resto, identified as a member of the Maniac Latin Disciples street gang, fired a shot at him as he ran from his Logan Square residence but missed, a law enforcement source said.

Resto had pulled a gun from his waistband before the marshal fired, said John O'Malley, chief deputy marshal for the Northern District of Illinois. Resto did not fire his gun, he said. No one was injured.

Resto ran into a residence in the 1800 block of North Drake Avenue, but allowed the people living there to leave, the law enforcement source said. He was arrested a short time later.

The marshals, part of a fugitive task force, went looking for Resto when he failed to show up in court on a narcotics charge, O'Malley said.