Man injured in officer-involved shooting in Greensboro

Williston police responded to a crash Wednesday after a officers attempted a traffic stop.

Police said in response, both officers fired their weapons and the man was shot.

Police believe Stuthers and another unknown suspect may have broken into a home in the 2200 block of Cleveland Avenue on January 26.

After more than one month of searching, Austin police have tracked down a suspect accused of hitting a young boy with her vehicle and then driving off.

He was breaching his curfew and upon searching the immediate area where he was sitting, the officer found a set of digital scales, marihuana and suspected methamphetamine. Diaz and his K-9 were not injured.

Police said that after arguing, Gibson sped toward the woman, 29, who was able to jump out of the way.

This is a breaking news story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

Morehead was charged with first-degree murder in connection to Fleming's death. As he and an on-duty uniformed officer approached the suspect's vehicle, the occupant opened fire, fatally wounding Officer Meacham.

Hoisington has three other charges pending in district court: receiving stolen property over $250, larceny under $250 by false pretenses and shoplifting by concealing merchandise, all from last November. Police said investigators have not confirmed a motive for the homicide, which was Greensboro's seventh this year.

According to the charging documents, Daychild has convictions in Hill County for theft, and several probation and parole violations. In addition to the woman's minor injuries, the camper had about $100 in damage, he said. He faces one count of child abuse, a class 2 felony. A local taxi driver reported being robbed at gun point. He served with the Hopkinsville Police Department for 11 months.

This is the second officer-involved shooting in the Triad this week.

Stillwater police requested agents from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation to assist in the case, police report. The department's Professional Standards Division also is investigating to determine if officers followed department policy.

  • Leroy Wright