Phoenix police officer hospitalized in gas station shooting ‘recovering at home’

Kim J. Clark
Phoenix Police Department officers at the scene of an officer-involved shooting at a gas station on the corner of Cave Creek and Beardsley roads on April 14, 2022, in Phoenix.

Phoenix Police Section officers at the scene of an officer-associated taking pictures at a gasoline station on the corner of Cave Creek and Beardsley streets on April 14, 2022, in Phoenix.

A Phoenix law enforcement officer injured in a fuel station taking pictures last month was released from a rehab heart on Friday.

Officer Denise Bruce-Jones was hospitalized just after becoming shot numerous situations on April 14 in the vicinity of Cave Creek and Beardsley roadways.

In a video posted on Twitter, Phoenix police claimed Bruce-Jones was discharged from Honor Health Rehabilitation and would be “resting and recovering at property with her spouse and children.”

Video clip footage showed the officer producing her way out of the heart while becoming saluted by local community users, uniformed officers and other initially responders.

Law enforcement arrested suspect Nicholas Cowan, 35, on April 17 following he led law enforcement on a a few-working day manhunt. He faces several costs of attempted murder, aggravated assault, drive-by capturing and misconduct involving a weapon.

On April 28, Phoenix law enforcement released edited human body digital camera footage and audio clips from the 911 get in touch with created that finally led to the capturing.

At least a few other folks have been arrested in suspicion of aiding Cowan.

The charges of Caroline Coster, 35, and Michael Hankins, 41, are unclear.

Nicole Montalbano, 33, faces prices on suspicion of hindering prosecution and tampering with evidence, according to court docket paperwork.

An inner investigation by the Experienced Common Bureau is remaining conducted.

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This write-up at first appeared on Arizona Republic: Phoenix police officer hurt in shooting discharged from healthcare facility

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