A police officer was killed while answering a call at a motel in Alabama on Tuesday night, local media reported.
Moody Police was identified as Sgt. According to reports, 23-year-old Stephen Williams, who spent three years with the episode. He was shot just before 9:30. He was hospitalized by ambulance, AL.com reported.
“The loss is a loss for all Alabama,” Jay E. Town, a lawyer from the state of Alabama, said in a statement. “This serves as another heartbreaking and definitive reminder of the dangers faced by law enforcement every day.”
“He was just a good man, a good guy, it was fun to be around,” Moody Police Chief Thomas Hunt told AL.com.
News agencies reported that there was a possible separation at the motel, which had a heavy police force, and two suspects were detained.
The video from the scene showed dozens of law enforcement vehicles and medical helicopters at the Super 8 motel. ABC 33/40 reported that a camera at a nearby enterprise captured sounds similar to a gunfire dam.
Moody, St. It is a city in Clair County, 35 kilometers east of Birmingham.
Amar Fouda told AL.com that he heard a lot of noise from the room next to him. “I heard it like the AK-47,” he said. Fouda ran into the bathroom and said he was hiding in the tub.