Thursday, August 15, 2019
Philadelphia Shooting Injures 9 Officers, 6 Shot; Suspect Surrenders After Hours-Long Standoff
6 ABC News in Philadelphia reports on the aftermath of the standoff and shooting of Philadelphia police officers by suspect Maurice Hill (seen in his above mugshot).
PHILADELPHIA -- A gunman barricaded himself inside a Philadelphia rowhouse for 7 hours, firing on police and wounding six in a dramatic standoff that trapped two officers all while the commissioner and the shooter's attorney tried to negotiate a surrender.
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross expressed amazement that the standoff, which began Wednesday when officers attempted to serve a drug warrant, ended with no one dead and no life-threatening injuries.
It "could have been far worse," Ross said Thursday outside the Philadelphia Police Department. "This was a very dynamic situation, one that I hope we never see again."
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Posted by Paul Davis at 4:51 PM
Labels: 6 ABC News Philadelphia, crime, Maurice Hill, Standoff shooting of Philadelphia police officers
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