Homicide Suspect Shot During Pa. Stop
PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Police in Philadelphia say a homicide suspect was shot during a struggle with an officer after a routine traffic stop.
Investigators said two officers stopped a sedan in northwest Philadelphia at about 2:45 p.m. Friday and found out that the 27-yearold driver was wanted in a September slaying.
Lt. Raymond Evers, a police spokesman, said the officer on the driver's side tried to get the suspect out of the car, and a struggle ensued during which the suspect tried to grab one officer's gun.
Evers says the other officer fired two shots while the officer struggling with the suspect regained control of his gun and fired once.
Police say the suspect was wounded twice and was taken to Temple University Hospital, where he was listed in critical but stable condition.
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