2 Pennsylvania Police Officers Shot While Serving Warrant
Two Pennsylvania police officers were injured during a shooting on Thursday in Harrisburg.
District Attorney Fran Chardo told WGAL-TV that the officers were serving a warrant in the area when they were hurt. The officers were shot at 1800 block of Mulberry Street in Harrisburg around 6:20 a.m.
The suspect was inside a home, and it’s not clear if he was taken into custody. They were clearing other houses in the area, WGAL-TV reported.
Neighbors told WHTM that they heard a number of gunshots.
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Chardo said that there was no threat to the public.
A press conference is slated for later Thursday.
BREAKING: DA Fran Chardo confirms that multiple officers injured after a police involved shooting in HBG this am. His office is investigating. We are on our way to the scene @fox43
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#Shooting in #Pennsylvania Injures Multiple #PoliceOfficers – Reports
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Two police officers in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, have been injured in a shooting. https://t.co/Dw4vcYjwIa
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Multiple Pennsylvania police officers taken to hospital after shooting https://t.co/7QTOp3iSfM
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