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Shot Mo. Officer Leaves Hospital

October 08, 2013  | 

A St. Louis Metro Police officer wounded in a shootout with a drug suspect left the hospital the following day, reports the Post-Dispatch.

Officers had pursued 25-year-old Jared Harris, after witnessing a drug deal at 4 p.m. Saturday. Harris fled in a gray Camaro and crashed several blocks away. He then opened fire on pursuing officers. Officers returned fire, striking and killing Harris.

Two passengers in the vehicle with Harris have been released and won't face charges.

Tags: St. Louis Metro PD, Officer Involved Shootings, Deadly Force


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jim rigney @ 10/17/2013 5:38 AM

Great news speedy recovery sir

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