BREAKING: Female Police Officer Shot In The HEAD… Please Send Prayers

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An Alabama police officer was shot in the head while responding to a domestic violence call Wednesday.

The officer has been identified as veteran Jackie Tucker. According to Mobile District Attorney Ashley Rich, Tucker is in critical but stable condition, FOX10 reported.

Saraland police Chief JC West says officer Jackie Tucker and another officer were responding to a domestic call when the suspect Matthew Richardson started shooting.

“He immediately opened fire on one of the officers striking one of the police officers in the head,” Chief West said.

“My officer is in critical condition and we ask the community and everyone for their prayers,” West said.

WPMI-TV reports that a neighbor, Korie Wilson said: “It was boom, boom, boom and I looked out the door.”

Wilson says she was sitting inside her house when she heard a round of gunshots.

“I was actually inside watching tv and I heard 8 gunshots go off, she said. “We had heard sirens earlier we knew there was a cop who came down here flying before all this happened.”

“Tucker’s partner took heroic action to drag her back behind the patrol car and get her to safety,” reported local NBC news affiliate WPMI-TV.

Tucker underwent surgery to remove shrapnel from her skull.

The gunman, 27-year-old Matthew Blake Richardson, led police on a short foot chase; however, he was wounded during his capture and later died of the injuries, Fox News reported.

FOX10 News | WALA

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(h/t Western Journalism)

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