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Federal officer faces charges after being shot by trooper

3 years 7 months 31 minutes ago Wednesday, December 05 2018 Dec 5, 2018 December 05, 2018 11:46 AM December 05, 2018 in News
Source: Associated Press
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Louisiana State Police say a federal law enforcement officer shot by a state trooper over the weekend faces an aggravated assault charge when he gets out of the hospital.
Meanwhile, a lawyer for the officer tells New Orleans news outlets that he pulled his gun because he was being followed by a group of juveniles early Sunday.
Elizabeth Carpenter says her client, 44-year-old Ronald Martin of Fort Knox, Kentucky, never heard a warning before being shot, and didn't realize he was shot by a trooper until investigators came to the hospital.
A state police news release says the uniformed trooper repeatedly identified himself as a law officer and fired only after Martin, a civilian agent with the Army's Criminal Investigation Command, pointed the gun at him.

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