DETROIT, Mich. — Two Detroit Police Officers were reportedly injured Wednesday evening in a shooting.
FOX 2 Detroit reports that the shooting happened in the area of Tillman Street and Ash Street.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig told local media the officers are from the Third Precinct, one is a 20-year veteran, the other has been with them for four years.
Chief Craig says the two were looking into the shooting of Wayne State Police Sergeant Collin Rose when they were shot. Chief Craig told local media one officer was shot in the ankle and torso but was saved by a protective vest, the other was shot in the neck. He says both officers are expected to survive.
After a large manhunt, investigators arrested 59-year-old Raymond Durham in connection with the shooting.
Police say Durham has a criminal past for breaking and entering and scrapping. They believe he is familiar with the area where the shooting happened.
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