A deputy U.S. Marshal was killed in the line of duty Thursday morning while executing an arrest warrant in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the agency announced. One is an officer with the Harrisburg Police Department and the other is from the York City police force. "There's been incredible cooperation this morning", said David Freed, who is the U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. The fate of Pierce and the man who shot at the officers was unclear.
Hill was transported immediately to UPMC Pinnacle Harrisburg hospital, where he died.
York City Police said one of its officers was shot and was taken to a hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
He said that there was "no current danger" to the public but didn't provide additional details.
The incident took place on the 1800 block of Mulberry Street in Harrisburg around 6:30 a.m.as a U.S. Marshals Service task force went to serve an arrest warrant on a woman accused of making terroristic threats.
Harrisburg Police Chief Thomas Carter would not release the names of the injured officers and said he was trying to notify their families. He was taken to the hospital and his injuries are said to be not risky, FOX43 detailed.
Chardo would not confirm the severity of the injuries to police officers.
A press conference is slated for later Thursday.
Two other officers were also shot, including a Harrisburg police officer who "bravely returned fire and critically injured the gunman", Mayor Eric Papenfuse said.
Just before Christmas, a gunman distinguished as Ahmed Aminamin El-Mofty was shot and killed by police in the wake of discharging at them close to the area of Monday's occurrence, as per PennLive.
Officers clearing the residence say the shooting suspect was inside, but there's no word on that person's condition or whether that person is in custody.