Tucson police say an officer narrowly escaped injury during a domestic violence incident Friday when a bullet hit the officer's belt.
Sgt. Pete Dugan told the Associated Press the officer was one of two responding to a call at a home Friday night when an exchange of gunfire broke out.
Dugan says no one was injured but Police Chief Chris Magnus said in a Twitter post Saturday that the incident was "way, way, way too close a call."
An officer's duty belt struck by gunfire last night as TPD officers responded to domestic violence o incident at an east side residence. Officers returned fire. Suspect arrested. Thankfully, no injuries. Way, way, way too close a call. This takes "high risk"to a whole other level pic.twitter.com/RRCAmSj1zc— Chris Magnus (@ChiefCMagnus) May 19, 2018