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Crime West Virginia cop shot while responding to parking complaint: ‘Not out of the woods’

12:35  03 december  2020
12:35  03 december  2020 Source:   nydailynews.com

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A 28-year-old Charleston, West Virginia, police officer who was responding to a parking complaint was shot Tuesday by a suspect who neighbors claimed “causes lots of problems.”

Cassie Johnson, who was sworn in at the Charleston Police Department in January 2019, was shot around 3 p.m. Tuesday and was hospitalized for surgery.

No further details about her injuries were made public.

“Officer Johnson was struck in what would normally be a fatal wound, but in the true fighting spirit of the Charleston Police Department and those who are truly called to serve she is a fighter,” Charleston police captain Tyke Hunt said at a press conference Tuesday night.

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Virginia State Police special agent Michael T. Walter was fatally shot in Richmond after he and a City of Richmond police officer approached a vehicle parked on a street in a public housing project.

“She has a pulse and she’s not out of the woods, but she is going to be recovering and we hope and pray she makes a full recovery.”

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Charleston cop Cassie Johnson was shot Tuesday.

The suspect was also shot, presumably by Johnson, and taken into custody about a mile away from the crime scene, according to WSAV.

He has not been publicly identified.

“The gentleman causes lots of problems in the neighborhood,” a neighbor told the station. “He has had multiple calls. He causes problems with several neighbors.”

Johnson remains in “grave condition” Wednesday morning, according to WOWK.

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