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PHOENIX (AP) - Three Phoenix police officers were shot Sunday night on the city’s north side, authorities said.
The officers were injured in the 23800 block of North 40th Drive, near Pinnacle Peak Road, Sgt. Mercedes Fortune said in an email. She had no other details.
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The shooting took place at 7:10 p.m., KNXV-TV reported. The TV station reports that a suspect is barricaded in a home near the site of the shooting.
Col. Frank Milstead, director of the Arizona Department of Public Safety wrote on Twitter that “I have no exact details on the condition of the 3 @PhoenixPolice officers who were shot tonight. My heart is with the families of the wounded and the women and men of the Departmet. Pray for @PhxPDChief Jeri Williams and her team. Godspeed.”
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RT @WISH_TV: #BREAKING: A person was fatally shot Thursday night on the city’s near-north side. https://t.co/RsNuHvocun
#BREAKING: A person was fatally shot Thursday night on the city’s near-north side. https://t.co/RsNuHvocun
Dorn was shot and killed in the parking lot of a gas station on the city's north side.