An Ogden (Utah) Police officer, among six gunned down Wednesday night while serving a search warrant, has died from his injuries.

The Ogden Police Department announced around 2 a.m. Thursday that agent Jared Francom, a husband and father to two young children, died after seven years of service to the city.

The six wounded officers were members of the Weber-Morgan Narcotics Strike Force and the Ogden Police Department. They were struck with bullets shot from what neighbors said sounded like a high-powered rifle while serving a warrant at at 3268 Jackson Ave.

The suspect has been identifed as Matthew David Stewart, a 37-year-old Army veteran. He was also shot, and remains at a local hospital under guard with non-life-threatening injuries.

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