Columbus, OH – A deputy U.S. Marshal was shot while serving a warrant on Wednesday morning.
The incident occurred at approximately 9:17 a.m. on Dec. 8 in the 2700-block of Fourseasons Drive , WBNS reported.
Details regarding what occurred prior to the shooting are unclear, but the incident allegedly occurred while officers were trying to serve a warrant, according to WSYX.
The wounded federal agent was rushed to a hospital in stable condition, according to WBNS.
The suspect was also injured during the confrontation.
He was transported to Mount Carmel East in Critical condition, WBNS reported.
Franklin County Sheriff Dallas Baldwin said his office is handling the ongoing investigation into the officer-involved shooting, according to WSYX.
#breakingnews @OHFCSO Sheriff Dallas Baldwin tells us his office will handle investigation of police involved shooting that happened this morning in Southeast Columbus. Law enforcement officer shot while serving warrant this morning. No official condition released on officer pic.twitter.com/NnksiMpfuN
— STEVE LEVINE (@stevewsyx6) December 8, 2021
HAPPENING NOW – 12/8/21 – 10am:
Multiple law enforcement agencies are investigating an officer involved shooting.
*Columbus Police is not involved.*
The shooting occurred this morning just after 9am in the 2700 block of Fourseasons Dr. pic.twitter.com/4zqOPT7NNt
— Columbus Ohio Police (@ColumbusPolice) December 8, 2021
We are at a shooting scene on four seasons drive in south columbus. Some type of police operation was taking place when shots were fired. We are gathering details #10tv @10tv pic.twitter.com/YDeTJArCP9
— Tino Ramos (@Tino10TV) December 8, 2021
Breaking: a law enforcement officer has been shot along Fourseasons Drive on the southeast side (near Obetz).
No other details yet.
Multiple agencies here. pic.twitter.com/l23GKVqv4x
— Mike McCarthy (@mikewsyx6) December 8, 2021
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