The wife of the OH man suspected of killing two police officers on Saturday hid in the bushes as she called 911 to report that her husband had shot the cops, according to an audio recording of the call.
They were paying tribute to the two police officers killed in the line of duty on Saturday. The hospital would not provide updates on his condition Sunday.
The city of Westerville responded on Twitter early into the investigation.
Smith tracked down his wife inside the house, grabbed her, put the gun to her head and started to drag her out of the house, the man said.
Westerville police have provided few details about what happened inside the townhome. Two police officers were sent to investigate and within minutes of arriving on the scene were shot.
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Smith and his wife owed almost $120,000 at the time of bankruptcy filing last summer, records said. At 12:13 p.m., after a dispatcher confirms contact has been made, a man's voice can be yelling, "We have shots fired". "Child on couch, one at gunpoint". The records show Smith punched and kicked an inmate while the inmate was the ground.
New York City Police Commissioner James O'Neill also spoke out, tweeting, "Everyone should be as upset about this as America's law enforcement officers are".
On Sept. 14, police responded to a call from Candace Smith that her husband was drunk and doing something to her auto.
The GoFundMe site organized by a central Ohio Fraternal Order of Police chapter was created after Saturday's fatal shooting of the officers from Westerville in suburban Columbus. Candace Smith said she had found out that day she had been infected with a sexually transmitted disease, according to the report. She told police that when she "threatens to leave Quentin, he tells her that he would kill her, their daughter, and himself", the report said. According to a criminal complaint filed in Monday, Smith gave Lawson the money to buy the gun along with $100 for completing the transaction.
"My husband shot the police officers", the woman adds, telling the dispatcher she is hiding in the bushes while her one-year-old daughter is inside. According to police documents, Candice went to a police station in November to ask about protection orders. When they were home, they were home.