A pair of Lorain, OH, auxiliary police officers were shot early on Sunday morning, Their injuries are not considered life-threatening, according to the Lorain Police Department.
Just after 2 a.m., Officer Michael Mizen was driving home from his shift with Officer William Mott in the passenger seat of the vehicle. The two officers noticed a vehicle aggressively following closely to them. Mizen then pulled the vehicle over to the side of the road. A dark-colored vehicle then pulled alongside of the officer’s vehicle and opened fire, authorities said.
Mizen was wounded in the finger while Mott was struck on the forehead. Both officers were taken to Mercy Hospital where they were treated for their injuries and then released, News 5 reports.
The suspect remains at large.