January 24, 2011
Four Detroit police officers, including a commander, were shot Sunday afternoon inside a station in the department’s Northwest District.
The gunman who opened fire was killed when officers returned fire, police said.
The station, which services the 6th precinct, is near Plymouth and Warwick roads.
Commander Brian Davis suffered the most serious injuries, police said. He was taken to Sinai-Grace Hospital where he was in critical condition.
Police said Officer David Anderson, Sgt. Ray Saati and Sgt. Carrie Shultz were the others shot. They were all taken to Sinai-Grace Hospital, treated and have been released.
This article was posted: Monday, January 24, 2011 at 8:56 am