Published: Sun, February 11, 2018
Life&Culture | By Ben Goodman

OH police officers shot, killed; suspect in custody

OH police officers shot, killed; suspect in custody

Two Westerville, Ohio, police officers were killed Saturday morning while responding to a call, officials said.

"These were two of the best we had. They knew how to do policing the right way, both of them", Morbitzer said.

"As they went into the apartment they were immediately met with gunfire", Morbitzer said, adding that they were informed the matter was a "potential domestic situation".

Police say a suspect is in custody but provided no other details. "They're true American heroes". The second officer died after being taken to a hospital.

Westerville police told Fox News the officers were "responding to a 911 hang-up call" when the shooting occurred.

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One suspect is in custody, WHIO reported.

Westerville sits about 16 miles north of downtown Columbus, Ohio. Columbus police have also been brought in to investigate the slayings.

Republican Gov. John Kasich, who lives with his family in a nearby township, tweeted that he was "very saddened to learn of the deaths of two of my hometown police officers".

The Fraternal Order of Police of OH asks anyone who wishes to support the families to donate at

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