A Fargo police officer was wounded during a shooting in Fargo last month by a shooter who fatally killed an officer and injured another recovered and is expected to leave the hospital on Monday.
The suspect also killed during the Shooting in Fargo
A police officer wounded last July by a shooter who fatally killed a police officer and injured another in Shooting in Fargo recovered.
Police Officer Tyler Hawes, who was injured along with Police Officer Andrew Dotas during Shooting in Fargo was anticipated to leave the hospital, the Fargo Police Department posted on Facebook. Police Officer Andrew Dotas, a victim of Shooting in Fargo left the hospital last Saturday.
Dotas, Hawes, and a bystander were injured when Mohamad Barakat opened fire during Shooting in Fargo on them as police responded last July to a traffic crash. Barakat fatally shot police officer Jake Wallin, 23. A fourth officer, Zach Robinson, shot and killed Barakat during Shooting in Fargo.
Police officers went to the home of the suspect in recent years due to firearm concerns
After the Shooting in Fargo, investigators found firearms, 1,800 rounds of ammunition, and explosives in Barakat’s vehicle. Authorities said the suspect appeared to have been planning an attack on the day of the Shooting in Fargo when summer festivities were underway in Fargo.
Police officers visited the home of the suspect of the Shooting in Fargo and interviewed him at least twice in past years due to concerns related to his firearms. Police authorities say he appeared to have acquired his firearms legally.