Brown City, MI – A Lapeer County sheriff’s deputy was shot multiple times while serving a warrant at a residence in Brown City on Wednesday morning.
Michigan State Police spokesman Steven Moore said the incident occurred on March 9 when the deputy was attempting to serve a felony warrant at a home located on Willis Road, WJBK reported.
The Lapeer County sheriff’s deputy was shot multiple times.
The wounded hero was airlifted to Hurley Medical Center for treatment, WNEM reported.
The state police said there were no suspects at large and there was no threat to the community.
The Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office has not released the identity of the wounded deputy or his medical condition, according to MLive.
Officials also have not identified the gunman who shot the sheriff’s deputy.
Numerous law enforcement agencies were responding to the scene to assist with the investigation.
@mspbayregion detectives are currently investigating an officer involved shooting in Brown City on Willis Rd. A Lapeer County Sheriff's deputy has been shot while serving a felony warrant. Condition of the officer is unknown at this time. #OIS #LapeerCounty
— Detroit Area Incidents (@MotownScanner) March 9, 2022
MSP is investigating an officer involved shooting at the request of the Lapeer County Sheriff's Office. The incident occurred on Willis Rd in Brown City during the service of a felony warrant at a residence. This is an ongoing investigation. Check back here for updates. pic.twitter.com/QTdZoHr3Cu
— MSP Bay Region (@mspbayregion) March 9, 2022
UPDATE: Michigan State Police said the deputy was in “stable” condition at the hospital, according to WNEM.
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