Ste. Genevieve, MO, police Officer Pete Unverferth, who was severely burned in a Molotov cocktail attack two weeks ago, was released from a St. Louis hospital Monday. (Photo: KMOV Screen Shot) -

Ste. Genevieve, MO, police Officer Pete Unverferth, who was severely burned in a Molotov cocktail attack two weeks ago, was released from a St. Louis hospital Monday. (Photo: KMOV Screen Shot)

Ste. Genevieve police Officer Pete Unverferth, who was severely burned in a Molotov cocktail attack two weeks ago, was released from a St. Louis hospital Monday.

Unverferth was injured in mid-April when the explosive device was thrown at him while he responded to a disturbance call, KMOV reports.

The suspect in the case, Tyson Heise, 34, was charged with first degree assault and armed criminal action.

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