Wounded Ohio cop: 'I just felt pain'


By Janice Morse
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Related: 2 Ohio officers shot, driver of car dead following traffic stop

HAMILTON, Ohio A West Chester Township police officer who was wounded in a March shootout testified that the car carrying three suspects was traveling "at just an incredible, astounding speed" after the first officer was shot.

Officer Jeff Duma, who was shot in the hand and shoulder, testified today in the trial of Bruce Suggs Jr. in Butler County Common Pleas Court that he never heard the shots that struck him.

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