Two police officers shot and killed near Columbus, Ohio


A second police officer has died following a shooting in Westerville, Ohio, the city confirmed on Twitter Saturday.

The officers were shot as they entered an apartment while responding to a 911 call that ended with a hangup, Westerfield Division of Police Chief Joe Morbitzer told reporters.

Officer Morelli along with two other officers helped raise $580 for Special Olympics. "This was their calling and they did it right".

Morbitzer said Joering, a 17-year police veteran, died at the scene. The Columbus Dispatch reported the suspect was wounded and treated at a hospital. The suspect's condition and identity have not been released.

Authorities said they have a suspect in custody.

Just before 2 p.m. Westerville officials tweeted that one officer had been killed after reports of an officer-involved shooting.

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Incident occurred in suburb north of Columbus.

The Columbus Police Department is investigating the shootings.

Officer Morelli was recognized in 2012 as the Westerville Division of Police Officer of the Year.

News of the loss of the law enforcement officers' lives rippled around the state of OH and the nation.

President Donald Trump tweeted his regrets.

This is a developing story, we will update this story as more information becomes available.