By Nick Shields and Jennifer McMenamin, Balimore Sun reporters
Baltimore, Md. -- For the third time in 10 days, police officers flooded a waiting room of the Maryland Shock Trauma Center to anxiously await news of a colleague who had been shot and seriously injured.
Dr. Thomas Scalea, center, is joined by Maryland State Troopers as he speaks during a news conference at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Emergency Center Tuesday. (AP Photo/Chris Gardner)
Yesterday, they were there for Baltimore County Police Officer David T. Garner, a member of the canine unit who was wounded while tracking a robbery suspect who had taken refuge in a backyard shed.
Baltimore officer shot while tracking robbery suspect