Injured officer released from hospital

Injured officer released from hospital
1 of 2 police officers injured in Burlington shooting released from hospital
Ontarios police watchdog says it will not be releasing the name of the 32-year-old man killed in a shootout with police in a Burlington gas station this past weekend.

The man, who is from Scarborough, was killed and two Halton police officers were wounded inside the Esso at the corner of Harvester Road and Appleby Line around 5:30 a.m. Saturday.

One of two Halton cops wounded in Burlington shootout released from hospital

\”The investigation is ongoing, and there are no further updates at this time,\” Special Investigations Unit spokesperson Monica Hudon said Monday.

\”At the request of family, and in accordance with our name release policy, the SIU will not be releasing the mans name.\”

The fatal shooting happened after police were called to the gas station for a suspicious male barricaded in the bathroom.

Its believed the man had fled from a crash on Highway 403 shortly before and OPP were searching for him. Four Halton officers and one OPP officers were on scene when the man exited the bathroom and \”gunfire was exchanged.\”

The two Halton officers who were hit suffered non-life-threatening injuries and are expected to recover.

Halton police said one of the two injured officers has been released from hospital, with the second expected to be released in the coming days.

The shooting sparked an outpouring of online support and well wishes for the officers, leading to police thanking the public for their concern and support.

\”The outpouring of support and concern for all of the men and women who serve the community of Halton has been overwhelming. Please know that we hear you, and we cant thank you enough,\” Chief Stephen Tanner said in a statement.

The SIU is an arms length agency that investigates incidents involving police in Ontario where someone is seriously injured, killed or there is an allegation of sexual assault.

One of the two Halton Regional Police officers injured in a shooting in Burlington on Saturday has been released from hospital.

In a release on Monday, Halton police said they have received numerous inquiries about the condition of the officers and thanked the community for their support.

The outpouring of support and concern for all of the men and women who serve the community of Halton has been overwhelming,” said Chief Stephen Tanner. “Please know that we hear you, and we cant thank you enough.

The two officers suffered gunshot wounds during a shootout with a suspect at a Burlington gas station.

Ontario provincial police were looking for man who had been involved in a motor vehicle collision when they received a call around 5 a.m. Saturday about a suspicious man in the bathroom of the gas station at Appleby Line and Harvester Road, just south of the QEW.

When the man exited the bathroom, there was an exchange of gunfire between him, four Halton Regional Police officers and one OPP officer.

The two Halton officers suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries. Only one of the two injured Halton officers discharged his weapon.

Both officers were taken to hospital for treatment and police said the officers were in good spirits and in good hands at the time.

The provinces Special Investigations Unit said a 32-year-old man was fatally shot by police and invoked its mandate.

The SIU is an arms length agency that investigates reports involving police where there has been death, serious injury or allegations of sexual assault.

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All right, let’s have dead perps name and his picture thank you very much. It’s been long enough let’s have a look see at this dead POS

@Quintavious Lanateen Lamont Jenkem: you’ll never get to see it. It isn’t being released.

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