An Indiana State Police officer has been shot in the head.
Jeffersonville, IN – An Indiana State Police officer was shot in the head Tuesday evening near East Park Place and Main Street in Jeffersonville, according to Wave 3 News.
The call intitially came in at around 7:07 p.m. and emergency crews are still responding to the area at the time of this writing.
Initial information is that the officer was involved in a pursuit at the time they were shot in the head.
The condition of the officer has not been released at this time but the officer has been transported to University Hostpial.
The disposition of the suspect has not been released.
Indiana State Police officer shot in the head, police confirm pic.twitter.com/GSqrc5RULN
— Rachael Krause (@RKrauseWAVE) December 13, 2017
— Aaron Ellis (@aaronellis01) December 13, 2017
DEVELOPING…An .@IndStatePolice trooper has been shot in #Jeffersonville at Park and Main. The trooper is at University Hospital in unknown condition. @840WHAS @TalkRadio1080 @93wibc pic.twitter.com/kEtepcPx2O
— Will Clark (@WClark840WHAS) December 13, 2017
A Sellersburg District Trooper has been shot this evening. He's currently being treated for his injury. Please take a second and say an extra prayer for our Trooper and his family.
— Sgt. Todd Ringle (@ISPEvansville) December 13, 2017
UPDATE: He’s conscious and expected to survive.