Another police officer is shot in the line of duty. Will the liberal media vilify the shooter or praise him?
A Georgia sheriff’s deputy was wounded Sunday night when a recently discharged patient returned to a hospital with a gun.
The shooter opened fire just after 9 p.m. at Fairview Park Hospital in Dublin, Police Chief Tim Chatman told The Macon Telegraph in a late night press briefing. The hospital is more than 130 miles southeast of downtown Atlanta.
Officers returned fire, and a Laurens County sheriff’s deputy was shot in the lower leg. The deputy, whose name was not released, is expected to make a full recovery, according to the newspaper. No patients or hospital staff were harmed during the shootout.
Akeem Woodard, the alleged gunman, initially got away, The Telegraph reported. He was ultimately arrested.