According to Memphis Police Chief CJ Davis, three people have been taken into custody for allegedly shooting a police officer in Memphis on Wednesday. According to ABC News, the police officer said that we also came to know that the fourth suspect is still absconding and the police is chasing him.
Washington (US) : Three people have been taken into custody for allegedly shooting a police officer in Memphis on Wednesday, according to Memphis Police Chief CJ Davis.
According to ABC News, the police officer said that we also came to know that the fourth suspect is still absconding and the police is chasing him. The Memphis Police Department was alerted at 12:30 p.m. (local time) about an officer who was shot in the area of Horn Lake and Horn Lake Cove.
According to the police, a fellow officer took the injured officer to the Regional Forest Hospital, where his condition is said to be critical.
Later that same day, a 15-year-old teen was arrested in Washington DC for allegedly shooting and injuring two fellow students, according to police. Addressing the media, the DC Metropolitan Police Chief said that officers have seized more than 2,000 illegal firearms this year. Which is about 800 more than last year.
On Sunday, accused Donta Ramon Smith killed three people in a shootout that began around 4.30 am, Fox News quoted police as saying.
Meanwhile, officials announced Wednesday that New York City and the state’s famed Times Square and other public places will soon be prohibited from carrying a firearm, even concealing it.
The Washington Times reported that Mayor Eric Adams said visitors to New York City would see signs in Times Square advertising it as a “sensitive spot” where people could not carry guns. Adams said signs would tell people that licensed gun carriers and others with firearms cannot enter.
Unless specifically authorized by presumptive law. In future, signs will be posted at other ‘sensitive places’ around the city.