INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officer that was shot in the arm during a traffic stop shooting is expected to be released from the hospital, officials say.
Sgt. Linda Jackson, an IMPD public information officer, said Officer Bryan Zotz has been recuperating nicely. She said he has also requested privacy in his continued recovery at home.
According to police, William Morris, 24, of Indianapolis, was shot and killed by officers Tuesday after he refused to drop a handgun he was holding. During the incident, Zotz and vehicle occupants Jamie Brown, 20, and Famous Thompson, 26, were shot and taken to the hospital.
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