BREAKING: Police Officer SHOT In The FACE In This State- Shooter Is…

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A police officer was shot in the face Friday night while checking the warrant status of a person staying in a shady motel room in Braintree, Massachussetts.

According to Braintree Police Chief Paul Shastany , when officers arrived at the room the suspect opened fire, and at least one bullet struck the officer in the face, Fox 25 Boston reported.

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The officer’s name is Donald Delaney, pictured below.

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Delaney is recovering at Boston Medical Center in Boston and is in good condition, according to authorities.

WCVB News reports Delaney is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who twice received lifesaving awards. The officer was among a group of Braintree officers who helped save a 21-year-old woman’s life after she was found unresponsive in a hotel room in 2014, the television station reports.

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The officer joined in the department in 2010.

The Boston Herald reports the gunman, Tizaya Jordan Robinson, has a long criminal history including weapons charges. He had an open case for domestic assault and kidnapping, the newspaper reported.

State Police, SWAT teams and officers from several surrounding towns responded to the scene after the suspect barricaded himself in the room.

Witnesses say they heard at least three gunshots, possibly up to seven or eight.

Robinson was found dead inside a Motel 6 room after a long standoff with police. Authorities believe the Boston man committed suicide.

 

 

Braintree Mayor Joseph Sullivan told Patch that the Motel 6 has been known for past issues. He called the situation “frustrating.”

“We need to do a better job. There has been some history at the site and working with them I think we’ve taken some steps to upgrade the facility, but this is obviously a step back and we need to do something that is going to be more significant and hopefully more positive moving forward,” Sullivan said.

Our hearts and prayers go out to Officer Delaney, his family, friends and fellow officers.

Stay safe out there blue- we have your 6.

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