COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office shared a picture on social media of a shattered body shield after SWAT deputies came under fire while serving a probate warrant in North Linden on Tuesday, July 21.
Two Franklin County Sheriff’s Office SWAT deputies were shot and both are recovering from their injuries. A seven-hour standoff ensued after the shooting and ended in two suspects being arrested, NBC4 reported.
Life saving equipment. Splintered bullet proof glass reveals this body shield likely saved a deputy’s life Tuesday morning. SWAT team members were serving a probate when deputies came under fire. Two deputies sustained gunshot wounds and are recovering from their injuries. pic.twitter.com/K0L1r7Pj9P
— Franklin County Sheriff’s Office (@OHFCSO) July 22, 2020
Two suspects are safely in custody after a 7-hour standoff. FCSO SWAT deputies served a probate in the 2700 block of Beulah Rd at 8 am and two deputies sustained gunshot wounds. Proud of our team for their courage and patience achieving.a peaceful resolution. pic.twitter.com/b5AnmsBeI3
— Franklin County Sheriff’s Office (@OHFCSO) July 21, 2020