Four Officers Shot Following a Home Violence Name in SC

Four Officers Shot Following a Home Violence Name in SC

Four Officers Shot Following a Home Violence Name in SC

Four officers were shot and wounded in the early morning hours of January 16 in York County, South Carolina, near Charlotte.

Deputies had been called to a home north of York around 10 p.m. Monday after a report that McCall was attacking a woman, Faris said.

According to officials, before law enforcement arrived, the suspect ran away from the home. Just after 1:00 a.m.this morning, the suspect fired shots, hitting a K9 and a police officer.

The conditions of the officers is unknown, but the sheriff's office said two of the deputies were airlifted to Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte.

Authorities arrested Christian Thomas McCall, 47, who also sustained gun wounds in the crossfire, according to the press conference. Sgt. Clinton was transported to Piedmont Medical Center in Rock Hill, South Carolina where he is receiving treatment.

The site says the fundraiser is endorsed by the SC York County Sheriff's Office, the York Police Department and Law Enforcement Chaplaincy for South Carolina. All three are members of the York County SWAT team, Farris said.

Shortly after 3:30 a.m., McCall fired again, and officers returned fire, Faris said.

The sheriff says two hours later McCall ambushed York County Det. Faris said McCall was also at the hospital, but did not give his condition.

A neighbor of McCall's says he was stunned to find out who might have been involved.

Commentator Logan Kanipe said "Keep fighting;" Margarette Parrish said "Praying for all of these brothers in blue and their families;" Rhonda McSwain said "Many prayers for you and your family".

South Carolina Law Enforcement Division agents and Charlotte-Mecklenburg, N.C., police participated in the search.

Benjamin Brown is a reporter for Fox News.

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