The victim/police officer stated he loaned his vehicle to a family member several days prior and it was not returned to him. At the above time, another officer observed the vehicle in the area of Alberta and S. Grand and notified the victim/police officer, who located the vehicle and began following it north on Iowa.We welcome tips and feedback. Email the author at firstname.lastname@example.org
As the victim/police officer reached the intersection of Iowa and Miami, at least two suspects emerged and fired shots at the officer, striking him in the shoulder. The officer fled to the area of Cherokee and S. Jefferson, where an “aid call” was broadcast. The victim/police officer was conveyed to a hospital by a responding officer, treated and listed as stable. The suspects remain at large. No officers fired shots during the incident. The Force Investigative Unit responded and the investigation is ongoing.
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