Area Police Officer Fighting For His Life After Being Shot By Suspect
Jan 18 2017 by Larry Hoffman
The man who reportedly fired on police officers is still barricaded inside a home in Little Elm.
A Little Elm police officer was shot in the neck during an incident in a Little Elm neighborhood Tuesday afternoon, according to the Denton County Sheriff's Office.
Officers responded to a report of an individual with a gun in the 1400 block of Turtle Cove just after 3 p.m. Tuesday, officials said.
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"They tried to communicate with him to drop his weapon". That's when they say he entered the home and shot at officers, striking Detective Jerry Walker in the neck.
"There was one initial shot which caused me to start to film and then a three or four more followed". During a press conference, he was identified as Detective Jerry Walker. The officer was flown to a hospital and was in unknown condition. A Twitter account for the City of Little Elm called it an "active shooter situation in the area of Lobo and Eldorado".