W.V. cop recovering from head injury after run down by shoplifter
The sergeant suffered some memory loss, but recollected a case he was working on when he left the hospital
By Ashley B. Craig
Charleston Daily Mail
CHARLESTON, W.V. — The State Police sergeant who suffered a serious head injury while trying to stop a woman shoplifting from a St. Albans clothing store is out of the hospital and recovering at home.
Sgt. Aaron Nichols was released from Charleston Area Medical Center's General Hospital Tuesday morning, three weeks after he was struck by a vehicle in the parking lot of Goody's at the St. Albans mall, State Police spokesman Sgt. Michael Baylous said.
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