Phoenix Police Officer Shot During Traffic Stop (Updated)

A Phoenix Police Officer was shot multiple times during traffic a stop this morning. According to the Phoenix Police Department he’s expected to survive thanks to his vest.

The officer was shot at approximately around 2:45 a.m., after stopping a car in central Phoenix near 12th Street and Campbell Avenue.

A search is on for the gunman described as a heavy set white man armed with a rifle, and his passenger. The abandoned vehicle was located nearby.


The officer involved is 40 years old, and has been on the force for 9 years.

He is married with 5 kids.

He conducted a traffic stop for suspended registration. The vehicle occupied by 2 persons. Upon approach suspect/driver leaned out window and fired 3 shots. The officer hit twice; once in upper arm and once in vest.

Officer did not return fire.

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  1. What a travesty these humans vibrating at low dangerous frequencies. Operating off aggression, negativity and stupidity. My love and light to this officer and his family. I hope he is ok. He is a valued divine being on this planet. And may Angels of love and light locate the gunman allowing for a stern wake up call. Maybe a, “I’m gonna love him, and pet him and hug him and squeeze him and call him George”…Abominable Snow Rabbit yo…

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