A Henry County, GA, police officer is in critical but stable condition at a Henry County hospital after being shot Thursday evening during a domestic response. The suspect is the subject of a manhunt.
Few details have been released about the shooting including the name of the officer, but police said it started when the officer was dispatched to the area to investigate a domestic dispute, Fox 5 reports.
The officer was shot while attempting to arrest the suspect and rushed to Piedmont Henry Hospital, but the officer's injuries were too severe, and was diverted to the trauma center at Grady Memorial Hospital, police said.
Law enforcement has identified the suspect as 22-year-old Jordan Jackson. He is described by police as being 5-feet-8-inches tall and weighing 165 pounds.
Initially, police said he was driving a white 2016 Honda Civic with Georgia license plate RXF0384, but now believe he could be in a white 2021 Dodge Ram with Georgia tag CRX4743.