BREAKING! Wayne State University Police Officer Shot In The Head, SUSPECT FLED SCENE!

Another police officer was targeted in a vicious hate crime. Tuesday night, a Wayne State University police officer was shot in the head and is fighting for his life.

The officer was talking to a man on a bicycle when the suspect suddenly began shooting at him. At least three shots were fired, and it’s not yet clear how many of the bullets actually struck the officer. He was shot in the head at least once, though, and was rushed to the hospital. Witnesses say the officer was trying to arrest the suspect when he was shot.

The suspect who shot the officer is still on the loose, and officers are asking everyone to be on the lookout in the Detroit area. The suspect is a black man in his 40’s with a full beard. He was wearing a white tee with black and white lettering, a skull cap, and a brown jacket. One man has been arrested in connection with the crime, and he had been arrested twice before for assaulting a police officer. This person has not yet been charged with shooting the officer, though, so it is not clear if he is the shooter, or just someone with knowledge of the incident, or perhaps assisted the shooter with the crime. The man has not been named, and so far is only being called a “person of interest”.

The officer has been identified as 29-year-old Colin Rose, and Rose was engaged to be married in 2017. He recently was released from surgery, and while he has survived this long, doctors warn that he is still not “out of the woods”. He is currently on life support. According to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, one-third of police officers shot to death on the job this year were purposely targeted by their assailant.

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