Shot Indianapolis Police Officer Taken Off Life Support

INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis official says a police officer shot during a weekend traffic stop has died.

Public Safety Chief Frank Straub has told WISH-TV that 29-year-old Officer David Moore was taken off life support Wednesday morning and died.

Moore was shot in the face, chest and leg during a Sunday morning traffic stop. Police have accused a 60-year-old ex-convict of shooting the officer. The suspect is in jail pending charges.
 

 

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