Va. Officer In Friendly Fire Shooting On Limited Duty
April 12, 2013
A Lynchburg (Va.) Police officer who accidentally shot a fellow officer during a nighttime foot pursuit at an apartment complex has been placed on limited duty during the investigation.
Officer Gary Hilber was wounded by the unnamed officer at a10:40 p.m. Wednesday at Langhorne Road apartment complex. The officer is expected to fully recover, reports the News and Advance.
The officers had responded to the complex to serve a warrant for a drug-related offense.
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