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Albuquerque Officer Shot at DWI Stop Released from Hospital

January 16, 2015  | 

An Albuquerque police officer has been released from the hospital after getting shot during a Jan. 3 traffic stop.

Officer Lou Golson is at home resting, and has already started physical therapy, police told KOAT TV. They said he'd like to return to work as quickly as possible.

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Desi @ 1/22/2015 4:46 PM

I first met Officer Golson 2 years ago when he arrested me for a DUI. I was in a dark place at that time and likely would have only gotten worse if he had not stopped me. I thank God all the time for sending the officer to stop me. Like an angel sent to save me. I cried when I heard he was hurt in the line of duty. Officer Golson was very kind and respectful during the case and I pray he gets through PT with minimal pain.

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