Clearcreek Township Officer Shot While On Duty Released From Rehabilitation Center


Statues of Officer Eric Ney and Sgt. Nicole Cordero is shown at a press conference in Clearcreek Township on Thursday, July 14, 2022. Clearcreek Township Police Chief John Terrill said on Tuesday, July 12, 2022, Officer Eric Ney and Sgt. Nicole Cordero was responding to a domestic violence appeal involving Mark Evers, 65. Evers died on the spot after shooting Officer Ney. Ney is currently in stable condition.

A Clearcreek Township Police Department officer who was shot in the face while responding to a domestic violence call has been fired after completing treatment.

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On July 12, two officers from Clearcreek Township, Sgt. Nicole Cordero and Officer Eric Ney responded to a domestic violence call at 48 Ohio block 5900.

Investigators say a man later identified as Mark Evers, 65, rammed into his wife’s car with a quad bike.

Police said when officers intervened, Evers shot Ney, a 14-year-old veteran, in the head. Evers was then shot dead by Cordero, police said.

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Ney was taken by medical helicopter to Miami Valley Hospital and later transported to a rehabilitation center.

The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation intervened to investigate the shooting.

This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Officer Shot While On Duty, Released From Rehabilitation Center