Terre Haute police officer shot and killed; suspect still barricaded in apartment

Indiana police officer killed in shootout

Indiana police officer killed in shootout

His shot wounded the officer who later died at Terre Haute Regional Hospital, police said.

As they approached the apartment on Linwood Street just after 6:30 p.m., the officers were fired upon from a second-story window nearly immediately and they returned fire, police said.

When officers entered the apartment complex building, they were immediately fired upon, said, Adamson, the department's public information officer.

Terre Haute police confirmed the suspect's death during a news conference late Friday night.

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"It's one other tragic loss for the Wabash Valley and the Terre Haute Police Division".

Terre Haute police and police from different companies surrounded the constructing within the Backyard Quarter condominium advanced on the town's south facet shortly after the capturing, Adamson stated.

The suspect who was also wounded, managed to barricade themselves in the building for several hours.

Upon finding the man, police did call for a medic.

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Indiana State Police are investigating the officer-involved shooting, while Terre Haute police will continue the original homicide investigation. "Thank you for your continued prayers".

State police will be handling the investigation into the officer's death, Watts said in a tweet around 8:30 p.m. At that time, the name of the suspect is expected to be released.

Sheriff's Lt. Brian DeHart said they used standard and infrared cameras to locate the suspect in the apartment through a window.

A veteran of the Terre Haute Police Department was killed in the line of duty Friday.

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