Two Jacksonville Police Officers Shot. Jacksonville, FL – Two Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office police officers have been shot on Friday night. At the request of Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, no further updates about these officers will be released until family members are notified.
UPDATE: Shooting occurred at 5100 block of Seaboard Avenue. One officer critical, one stable, suspect dead at hospital.
This makes six officers shot in the past few hours, four of which are in Florida.
At around 9 PM Friday night, two Pennsylvania State Police officers were shot in Fairchance, PA.
Incident details were not immediately available, but preliminary information is that one Trooper was shot in the abdomen below his vest and another was shot in the hand at the Fairchance Shop n’ Save.
The troopers were able to return fire and the suspect was killed, according to CBS Pittsburgh.
This shooting appears to have occurred about half an hour from two Kissimmee, FL officers getting shot, and the situation there is very grim. Link HERE.
The troopers were airlifted to the hospital and the trooper who was shot in the abdomen is in surgery.
No other details about their conditions have been released at this time.
In Kissimmee, FL at around 9:30 PM, two police officers were fatally shot in what some media outlets have reported to be an ambush attack.
Both murdered officers were male, and no other information about them was released.
All other nearby agencies descended on the area and initiated a manhunt for the killers. One suspect was taken into custody. It’s not known at this time if he was the only shooter. UPDATE: A second suspect is reported to be in custody now. No other suspect details have been released. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the wounded heroes and their families, and the families of the murdered officers in Kissimmee.
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