A Cleveland police officer is said to be doing "okay" after being shot during a police-involved shooting, reports WKYC.
According to CPPA President Jeff Follmer, the officer involved was treated and released from MetroHealth Medical Center. The officer was wearing a bullet proof vest and it's but because of his vest that he wasn't seriously injured.
Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams told Channel 3 the incident unfolded after officers were called by a neighbor for a disturbance at a nearby residence on Ottawa Avenue. The suspect involved, according to the chief, was a man officers have dealt with in the past.