Two Ohio Police Officer Killed Responding To 911 Call

The City of Westerville (OH) has confirmed that two police officer were killed Saturday while responding to a call in Westerville, the home of Ohio Governor John Kasich.

The city of Westerville confirmed on Twitter reports that the first officer was killed in “the line of duty”at 12:43 PM and followed up just an hour later that a second officer had died.


The Westerville Police Department has not immediately confirmed the officer’s death but they announced a news conference at 3:30 PM.

Westerville police told Fox News the officers were “responding to a 911 hang-up call” when the shooting occurred. They did not confirm how many people were shot or their conditions.

FOX 28 Columbus reported a suspect is in custody. Our sources are saying that the suspect was shot but his condition is not yet known.


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