Crime West Virginia cop shot on duty not expected to survive

16:25  03 december  2020
16:25  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

up costing Weirton, West Virginia police officer Stephen Mader his job, because he failed to shoot a suspect on the scene Was the first cop expected to simply shoot someone with a gun who was not threatening? Accordingly, Mader then had a duty to protect his fellow officers by shooting Williams.

The 28-year-old Charleston, West Virginia, police officer who was shot earlier this week is not expected to survive her injuries, officials said Wednesday.

Cassie Johnson was shot in the face around 3 p.m. Tuesday while responding to a parking complaint, according to police.

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A suspect, 38-year-old Joshua Phillips, shot Johnson then fled the scene. He was apprehended blocks from the scene after sustaining his own gunshot wound, presumably from Johnson.

Johnson was rushed to the hospital and underwent immediate surgery, but her injuries are believed to be fatal.

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a person standing posing for the camera: Cassie Johnson © Provided by New York Daily News Cassie Johnson

Cassie Johnson was shot Tuesday.

“With a heavy heart, I hate to say she is not going to be able to pull through this,” Charleston police captain Tyke Hunt said at a press conference Wednesday night outside the hospital. “She is still fighting but her body is unable to sustain life by itself.”

Kanawha County Sheriff Mike Rutherford said his office is currently handling the investigation and will then turn it over to the Charleston Police Department and the Kanawha County Prosecutor’s Office to determine charges against Phillips.

“As one final parting gift to continue to help others, she is an organ donor,” Hunt said. “The doctors are working with the family to determine eligibility and work out some donorship there.”

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